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Airfoil

An airfoil is a surface designed to obtain lift from the air through which it moves. Thus, it can be stated that any part of the aircraft that converts air resistance into lift is an airfoil. The profile of a conventional wing is an excellent example of an airfoil. Notice that the top surface of the wing profile has greater curvature than the lower surface. The difference in curvature of the upper and lower surfaces of the wing builds up the lift force. Air flowing over the top surface of…

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Aircraft Center of Gravity Calculator

Aircraft Center of Gravity Calculator

Boeing – The Wing Design: Additional Performance With Lower Noise

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Weight and Balance

Compliance with the weight and balance limits of any airplane is critical to flight safety. The following page will provide background information into some of the reasons why weight and balance condi

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Wind-tunnel tests of a Clark Y wing with "Maxwell" leading-edge slots

Aerodynamic force tests of a Clark Y wing equipped with "Maxwell" type leading-edge slots were conducted in the N.A.C.A. 7- by 10-foot tunnel to ascertain the aerodynamic characteristics, which involved the determination of the best slot-gap opening, the effects of slat width, and the effect of a trailing-edge flap. The Maxwell wing with a wide-chord slat (0.30 c(sub w)) and with a 0.211 c(sub w) split flap deflected 60 degrees had a C(sub L sub max) of 2.53 or about twice that of the plain…

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Empennage (Tail Section) - Aircraft Structures

The empennage of an aircraft is known as the tail section. Empennage designs consist of a tail cone, fixed aerodynamic surfaces or stabilizers, and movable aerodynamic surfaces. The tail cone cones are lighter construction as they receive less stress than the fuselage. The other components of the typical empennage are of heavier construction than the tail cone. The fixed surfaces are the horizontal stabilizer and vertical stabilizer. The structure of the stabilizers is very similar to that…

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FAA Proposes Second Fine On Boeing Over Faulty Slat Tracks - AVweb

The FAA is proposing a $5.4 million civil penalty against Boeing in addition to the $3.9 million fine it’s already sought for the use of faulty slat tracks in two models of the 737. The $3.9 million fine, levied for the inclusion of the faulty parts in 133 NG models, was proposed in December. On […]

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Aircraft Secondary or Auxiliary Control Surfaces

There are several secondary or auxiliary flight control surfaces. Large aircraft secondary or auxiliary flight control surfaces names, locations, and functions; typically, flaps can extend up to 45–50°. Various aircraft with flaps in the extended position; There are various kinds of flaps; plain flaps, split flap, fowler flaps. An enhanced version of the fowler flap is a set of flaps that actually contains more than one aerodynamic surface. Triple-slotted flap configuration consists of a…

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Aircraft Secondary or Auxiliary Control Surfaces

There are several secondary or auxiliary flight control surfaces. Large aircraft secondary or auxiliary flight control surfaces names, locations, and functions; typically, flaps can extend up to 45–50°. Various aircraft with flaps in the extended position; There are various kinds of flaps; plain flaps, split flap, fowler flaps. An enhanced version of the fowler flap is a set of flaps that actually contains more than one aerodynamic surface. Triple-slotted flap configuration consists of a…