8-29 - Empennage o o o o o Rudder Horizontal stabilizer...

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Empennage o Rudder o Horizontal stabilizer o Elevator o Vertical stabnilizer o Wings ailerons flaps o landing gear fixed or retractable cockpit o steam gauge o glass engine o piston avgas diesel-JET o turbine Propeller Longitudinal axis o Nose to tail o Roll o Ailerons Lateral axis o Wing tip to wing tip
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o Pich o Elevator Normal o Perpendicular to longitudinal and lateral axes o Yaw o Rudder 4 forces o Lift Must generate as much lift as weight of the plans Opposes weight o Weight Acts toward the center of the earth o Thrust o Drag Airfoil terms o Symmetrical vs asymmetrical o Leading edge- forward edge o Trailing edge-backside o Line between leading and trailing edge is the chord o Angle of incidence o Stagnation point Where division of air happens o Center of pressure Can change in flight with asymmetrical
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o Cantilever o Semi-cantilever o Root What’s closest to fuselage on wing Tip
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course AERF 1103 taught by Professor Visser during the Fall '08 term at LeTourneau.

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