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Thumbnail preview of 1986 - 1244.pdf...on ducting 29 External canopy lock 30 Side panel instruments 31 Throttle with (HOTAS) controls 32 Emergency oxygen tank mounted on back of seat 33 Fuel LP cock 34 Pressure bulkhead 35 Standby tailplane trim switch 36 Oxygen tanks 37 Electronics bay 38 Nitrogen cylinder 39 Tailplane spring feel units 40 Tailplane trim actuator 41 Control linkage to rudder and tailplane 42 Water separ...
1986 - 1244.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1963 - 0669.pdf...orating stairway and tail bumper 63 Centre-engine mountings 64 Engine mounting struts 65 Centre-engine doors 66 Cut-out for 140-gal water-injection tank 67 Fin front spar 68 Fin rear spar 69 Tailplane-bullet nose (fixed) 70 Tailplane bullet (moving) 71 Tailplane "coffin" box 72 Tailplane fulcrum block 73 Tailplane pivot bearing 74 Access doors 75 Machined lower skin of (71) 76 Tail...
1963 - 0669.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1966 - 0846.pdf...S^JKS centre-section jttachment ^^rSnnStoNuetube M Frih air duct to floor level inlet BFtoSr "evtl hot air inlet off .ntegral A wribution duct system u Pi chtrim cables continuous from trimi wheel to tailplane tab 77 Direct vision window 78 Up strap T» Flap selector 80 Hat-section top stringer 81 Typical tailcone lap joint showing edge security on assembly 82 Hat-section vertical stiffeners 83 Tai...
1966 - 0846.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1979 - 3762.pdf...en jet-powered aircraft, such as the boeing 727, Trident, DC-9, BAC One-Eleven and others, entered airline service. Airliner manufacturers began using T- tails for two principal reasons; to get the tailplane out of the downwash of air from the wing and hence make it more effective (see diagram on page 1220) and to get the tailplane out of the efflux of the engines. The last point was especial...
1979 - 3762.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1979 - 0112.pdf...10 FLIGHT International, 13 January 1979 ©, [FtLDlKnr JRA e^rd/v' KEY 1 Glass-fibre tip 2 Anti-servo tailplane tab 3 All-moving tailplane 4 Glass fibre 5 Navigation light 6 Elevator trim screw 7 Elevator static balance 8 Trim-tab static balance 9 Aluminium alloy 10 VOR aerial 11 Fresh-air in...
1979 - 0112.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1941 - 2159.pdf...EPTEMBER I8TH, 1941. Fourth of the New Series FLIGHT FRIEND or FOE? American, and German Twin tail Designs TWIN-TAIL designs in generalmay be usefully divided intotwo main types: those in which the tailplane tips projectbeyond the fins and rudders and those in which the vertical surfaces are"outrigged" on the tips of the tail- plane. The former type mostly havetheir fins and rudders extended bel...
1941 - 2159.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1962 - 0697.pdf...d steel forging 20 Forged root attachment 21 Forged machined steel longerons 22 Skin stiffen ers 23 L-section longerons 24 Keel member 25 Doubter plate and butt joint 26 Round leading-edge 27 Tailplane hinge 28 Rudder post 29 Afterburner mount 30 Afterburner loading rail *' Afterburner control-unit mounting 32 Flap torque tube *3 Windscreen defrost/rain-shedding air 34 Probe 35 Pro...
1962 - 0697.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1982 - 2001.pdf...pper skin Lower skin'' Boeing's 737 tailplane in CFRP comprises skins with co-cured I-section stringers, sep arate spars, and sandwich-construction ribs. It chose a tailplane in preference to a fin, because it felt that this was a mor...
1982 - 2001.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1970 - 0856.pdf...84 STANDARD AND GT . . . A W'c°' Paction Prince' der"'«ed in cutaway form by "Flieht" artist Michael Badrocke " s 3* Aileron and tailplane trailing-edge, light alloy 37 Wing skins, fabric 38 Main wing attachment, bolted through box spar Wing rear attachment bolt ' its aft picketing 40 Wing picketing points 41 Tail bumpe...
1970 - 0856.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1971 - 2712.pdf...entre and rear with oacks seats quickly removable for stretcher or cargo Hat shelf 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 20 cu ft luggage compartment Flap control lever Tailplane trim Rudder trim Electric pitch trim Flap control shaft Coupled aileron and rudder control runs Aileron control cables Tailplane control tensioning spring Aileron and rudder interco...
1971 - 2712.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1967 - 1303.pdf...lGHT International, 1 10 9 8 I7 ;» L0 o \ U < 2 1 n Q r 4 Decembe / 1 r 1967 9 // Af if t t 2 3 AFT STICK MOVEMENT (in) 1 / A PRECISION CONTROL SYSTEM . . . Fig 1 Tailplane travel as functions of stick movement: 1, prototype, 2, development; 3, production to the feel and gearing systems. Early studies rapidly discarded spring feel and, as the expected variation...
1967 - 1303.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1979 - 3815.pdf...IGHT International, 20 October 1979 1269 Cessna to study all Conquest tail planes: detailed checks planned for leading edges AS tailplanes are removed from the 105 Conquests that have been de livered to customers, the leading-edge boxes are being returned to Wichita for examination by the manufacturer. Cessna is concerned...
1979 - 3815.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1941 - 2096.pdf...iew of tail design, and the spotter's job of differentiating between them from this angle is by no means easy. There is, in fact, a striking simi- SEPTEMBER IITH, 1941. BRISTOL BLENHEIM IV.Cantilever tailplane set level with base of fin ; imper-ceptible taper to leading-edge, rounded tips and curvedtrailing-edge with "bite." Convex curveto leading- edge of fin,small apex and two lights ontrailing ...
1941 - 2096.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1935 -2- 0773.pdf...ber 31, 1935 FLIGHT ENGINEERING SECTION Edited by C. M. POULSEN No. 117 fVolume No. 4 10th Year October 31. 19.15 THE CHARACTERISTICS OF PLAIN FLAPS This, Probably, is the First Time the Question of Tailplane Characteristics with Floating Elevators Has Been Dealt With. This Condition is Important in Tail-setting and Stability Calculations By W. R. ANDREWS, A.F.R.Ae.S. IT has been recognised for m...
1935 -2- 0773.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1994 - 1367.pdf...erchangeable tailbooms 79 Fin-tip retaining wing nut 80 Frangible-foam fin tip 81 Tip locating tube 82 Rudder lock pin (starboard only) 83 Starboard rudder (unused) 84 Elevator control arm 85 Tailplane locating studs 86 Tailplane locking wingnut 87 Single-spar tailplane 88 Elevator 89 Tip locating guide-tube 90 Locating spigot and cut-out 91 Rudder actuator 92 Rudder arm 93 Spring-...
1994 - 1367.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1997 - 2933.pdf...ubler crack stoppers Z-section stringers Window-frame panel Pressure bulkhead, transverse machined beam Floor-support beams over wing Undercarriage bay Floor-support beams S38 S39 S40 S41 Tailplane cut-out longeron Tailplane pivot frame Diagonal braces Removable APU compartment and tailcone Fin and rudder structure S42 S43 S44 S45 S46 S47 S48 S49 S50 S51 S52 S53 Fin t...
1997 - 2933.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1985 - 2065.pdf...tors 49 VHF aerial 50 Glassfibre fuselage frame 51 Ruddervator movement co-ordinating mechanism 52 Ruddervator control push rods 53 Nomex core/glassfibre fuselage skin 54 Plywood structure 55 Tailplane leading-edge sections - 56 Plywood tailplane skin 57 Fabricated wooden one-piece tailplane main spar 58 Fabricated wooden rear spar 59 Spar attachment points 60 Efevon aluminium alloy s...
1985 - 2065.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1942 - 0189.pdf...ANUARY 22ND, 1942 Twenty-second of the Second Series FLIGHT FRIEND or FOE? British and German Comparison : Miles Magister and Ju 87 B MAGISTER. Rectangular, cantilever tailplane. Well- tapered fin and rudder with small round apex and straight trailing - edge. Fixed tailwheel. /ALTHOUGH the Miles Magister /A and the Junkers JU87B (un- *• •*• popularly known as the...
1942 - 0189.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 3175.pdf...42 FLIGHT, 27 November 1959 FOLLAND GNAT TRAINER... 1 Brake parachute enclosure 2 Trim strip3 Balance tube 4 Rudder operating rods 5 Tailplane pivot bearing 6 Manually operated elevater (normally locked to tailplane) 7 Elevator locks (two each side) 9 Ram intake to heat-«xchanger 9 Heat exchanger 10 Ram air ducted into jet-pipe coo...
1959 - 3175.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1956 - 0949.pdf... of springs it was decided to use these as the basic "feel" contribution of the110 and to correct the "feel" by additional mechanical devices when the spring system alone was inadequate. The stick-to-tailplane and stick-to-aileron gear ratios were chosen to give correct and comfortable aircraft response within the speed andMach number ranges most commonly used during operational flying. The rudder...
1956 - 0949.pdf
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