aircraft behavior

поведение воздушного судна (в полёте)

Англо-русский словарь технических терминов. 2005.

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  • Aerobatics (radio-controlled aircraft) — Aerobatics for radio controlled aircraft are basically the same aerobatic maneuvers as those being flown by full scale aircraft but performed in model scale by remote control. Turns, rolls, spins, and stalls are demonstrated in combination for… …   Wikipedia

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  • Experimental aircraft — In generic use, an experimental aircraft is an aircraft that has not yet been fully proven in flight. Often, this implies that new aerospace technologies are being tested on the aircraft, though the label is more broad. Experimental aircraft is… …   Wikipedia

  • Balloon (aircraft) — Ballooning redirects here. For the behavior of spiders and other arthropods, see Ballooning (spider). Not to be confused with Airship or Blimp. Balloon …   Wikipedia

  • Tracon II — TRACON and TRACON II are game software programs that simulate an air traffic control environment on a personal computer. The games were originally sold by Texas based Wesson International as an offshoot to their line of professional air traffic… …   Wikipedia

  • Pitch-up — In aerodynamics, pitch up is a severe form of stall.The phenomenon of pitch up is directly related to inherent properties of all swept wings. Wingtips of a swept wing carry a higher load relative to the lift they generate compared to more inboard …   Wikipedia

  • stall fence — A fence meant to improve aircraft behavior at the moment of stall. It is installed on the upper surface of the wing, usually at the wing station where the inboard aileron is, to prevent span wise movement of the airflow. Also called a fence …   Aviation dictionary

  • Department of Defense Whistleblower Program — Aircraft procurement whistleblowing launched the modern Defense whistleblower program. The Department of Defense Whistleblower Program enables, in part, the federal mission of protecting whistleblowers by committing the Inspector General of the U …   Wikipedia

  • 1994 Fairchild Air Force Base B-52 crash — B 52H 61 0026 Czar 52 moments before crashing. The copilot McGeehan s escape hatch, detached during his attempt to eject, can be seen near the tip of the tail s leading edge …   Wikipedia

  • Swarming (military) — Swarming is a behavior in which autonomous, or semi autonomous, units of action attack an enemy from several different directions and then regroup. Pulsing , where the units shift the point of attack, is a necessary part of swarming. Swarming is… …   Wikipedia

  • Supermaneuverability — is quality of aircraft defined as a threshold of attitude control exceeding that which is possible by pure aerodynamic maneuverability. It is a trait of some advanced fourth generation and 4.5 generation fighter aircraft and is generally a… …   Wikipedia

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