aeroelastic wing


aeroelastic wing
n аеропружне крило

English-Ukrainian military dictionary. 2015.

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  • Adaptive Compliant Wing — The Adaptive Compliant Wing is a wing design developed by FlexSys, Inc. which is flexible so that its shape can be changed in flight.The wing design features a variable camber trailing edge which can be deflected up to +/ 10°, so that it acts… …   Wikipedia

  • Variable camber wing — is a design of aircraft wing by V.J. Burnelli that changes the camber of the airfoil (1933), and varies the area and camber of the wing (1937).This is depicted in the figure below. A mechanism moves and rotates the leading and trailing edge to… …   Wikipedia

  • Parker Variable Wing — The Parker Variable Wing is a wing configuration in biplane or triplane aircraft designed by H.F. Parker in 1920 [ The Parker variable wing , NACA Report 77 , 1920] . His design allows a supplement in lift while landing or taking off.The system… …   Wikipedia

  • Edmund W. Pendleton — is an American research and development engineer, pilot, flight instructor, and author of technical publications on the subject of aerospace engineering. He is employed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio where he has worked on… …   Wikipedia

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  • Aeroelasticity — is the science which studies the interaction among inertial, elastic, and aerodynamic forces. It was defined by Collar in 1947 as the study of the mutual interaction that takes place within the triangle of the inertial, elastic, and aerodynamic… …   Wikipedia

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