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With control using redundant multiple control surface arrangement and large-deflection drag rudders, a combat flying wing has a higher probability for control surface failures. Therefore, its flight control system must be able to reconfigure after such failures. Considering three types of typical control surface failures (lock-in-place (LIP), loss-of-effectiveness (LOE) and float), flight control reconfiguration characteristic and capability of such aircraft types are analyzed. Because of thedoi:10.1016/s1000-9361(11)60412-3 fatcat:jtodblpngzgmdaimqqry3bkvq4