Traducción de aileron en Español:

aileron

alerón, n.

Pronunciación /ˈeɪləˌrɑn//ˈeɪlərɒn/

nombre

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    alerón masculino
    • In order to prevent student pilots from getting into deeps stalls followed by deadly spins, Thieblot created a wing that allowed the ailerons to remain effective in a stall, thus making stall recovery easier.
    • The left wing is now finished as are the flaps and ailerons while the wing tips are nearing completion.
    • With a sliding hatch, nonsteerable nosewheel and the quickest ailerons of any four-seater, the Cheetah was one of the sportiest singles you could buy in the late '70s.
    • It sat on the trailing edge of the wings, preventing the ailerons from moving.
    • Avoid adverse yaw by allowing the ailerons to streamline when there's no crosswind present.
    • He designed the world's first aircraft with ailerons.
    • A pilot turns an airplane by using the ailerons and coordinated rudder to roll to a desired bank angle.
    • Contrary to what one might think, the short wings and the four ailerons give only a modest rate of roll.
    • It dawned on me the free-play I felt in the flight controls was an aileron gasping for air to push against as I leveled the wings.
    • Put the palm of your hand against the bottom of the leading edge of the aileron at each hinge and push up.
    • He entered the fuselage from a hatch located between the flaps / ailerons atop the fuselage.
    • The other intuitive reaction is to attempt to roll the aircraft with ailerons to level the wings.
    • Airplanes turn while remaining aloft primarily by controlling the positions of ailerons mounted on horizontally oriented wings.
    • Once the airplane reaches a high enough altitude, the water freezes, affecting the operation of an aileron control bearing.
    • Each wing has a single aileron surface on the trailing edge to control roll and two flaps to control lift and drag.
    • There, stretching from the leading edge to the aileron hinge, was a crack in the plywood skin about an eighth of an inch wide.
    • Eva Air landed in Los Angeles in one piece, with rudder, elevator, fuselage, trim tabs and ailerons intact.
    • From a distance, it was easy to see that while the aileron on one side was in alignment, the other aileron was sagging significantly.
    • Probably due to flutter, an aileron departed the wing and the racer flipped over out of control and smashed into the ground.
    • The rear two cylinders of the six cylinder engine were visible above the ground, with the rest below ground, Flight control cables were attached to elevator, rudder, and ailerons.