Traducción de airframe en Español:


armazón, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɛrfreɪm//ˈɛːfreɪm/


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    (de un avión) armazón femenino
    • In the late 1990s Honda was developing turbine engines for aircraft, and composite airframes.
    • Rand also has completed extensive research in identifying those explanatory variables that are of most significance when developing regression models for aircraft airframes.
    • As long as the airframes and engines are well maintained, the age of the aircraft doesn't matter.
    • We'll stick with the more conveniently acquired aircraft that can actually be bought and flown as if they're normal aircraft because their engines and airframes are fairly easily supported.
    • Commissioned by the U.S. government to create a powered aircraft, Langley spent a fortune developing airframes and engines.
    • It was determined that airfreight would minimise the risk of further damage to the airframe and return the aircraft in a controlled environment.
    • The crew chief and his crew members maintained the airframe, engines, controls, and accessory systems.
    • The first 22 airframes - 14 flyable aircraft and eight nonflying ground-test articles - will be built on that assembly line during the current phase of the program.
    • For much of his life, Steve was interested in creating small airframes with small engines that would rely on aeronautical efficiency for exceptional performance-with one great exception!
    • Maintainers explain that after each flight, they have to rinse the saltwater off the airframes and engines, and every 30 days they thoroughly wash the helicopters.
    • On the other hand, the airframe damage to the aircraft belly was considerable.
    • While it had no engine, the airframe was in good shape so Bill bought the plane and had it hauled to Dallas where an engine and prop were installed.
    • In England, they gained valuable knowledge on a wide variety of combat engines and airframes similar to those they would service in France.
    • And it was apparent that even the most knowledgeable mechanics needed training on the peculiarities of aviation engines and airframes.
    • When expeditionary forces are on the move, aircraft maintenance assures that airframes can maintain the force flow required by the war fighter.
    • Little, if anything, was done to preserve the airframe but the engine was kept in running condition.
    • Both the wings were torn off and the engine separated from the airframe.
    • The facility was engineered to apply a specific load test to the airframe of the aircraft in a controlled environment.
    • A decision was made to flight-test the airframe, but without the jets.
    • For many of these installations, no actual modifications to the airframe or engine need to be performed.