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Aircraft wing

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Wing Planform

The previous discussions on wings have dealt only with airfoil section properties and two dimensional airflow. Wing planform - the shape of the wing as viewed from directly above - deals with airflow in three dimensions, and is very important to understanding wing performance and airplane flight

The X-47B aboard USS Harry S. Truman.

ATLANTIC OCEAN (Dec. 11, 2012) An X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) demonstrator aircraft is transported on an aircraft elevator aboard the aircraft carrier Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). (U.S. Navy photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman by Alan Radecki/Released) 121211-N-ZZ999-102 Join the conversation www.facebook.com/USNavy www.twitter.com/USNavy navylive.dodlive.mil

Design to Fly: Balsa Gliders : 11 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables

Design to Fly: Balsa Gliders: Use basic materials like pencils, paper, scissors, ruler, etc. (and maybe some high-tech tools!) to design and test your own balsa glider. Use the files provided to cut a glider body on a laser cutter, plotter or even a blade. Now, experiment with w…

The largest aircraft ever built 🚀 The machine has 2 fuselage and is powered by 6 B747 engines. Its wingspan, 117 meters, is bigger than a football field! #avgeek CTTO @AvgeeksFR (Twitter)

This display shows the evolution of wing rib construction and cross-sections.  From top to bottom are: Piper J-3 Cub (1939), Franklin Sport 90 (1929), Star Cavelier (1929), Ryan WL1 (1926), Curtiss JN-4 (1918), Halberstadt (D.1), and Wright Model B (1911).

This display shows the evolution of wing rib construction and cross-sections. From top to bottom are: Piper J-3 Cub (1939), Franklin Sport 90 (1929), Star Cavelier (1929), Ryan WL1 (1926), Curtiss JN-4 (1918), Halberstadt (D.1), and Wright Model B (1911).