Traducción de fly-by-wire en Español:

fly-by-wire

Pronunciación /ˈflaɪbaɪˌwaɪ(ə)r/

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    sistema de control de vuelo por cables eléctricos
    • Next to fly-by-wire technology, and a hybrid engine, it's difficult to image how they can improve the next that constitutes a great leap forward.
    • Original fly-by-wire designs in high-performance aircraft killed a lot of line pilots because they would ‘haul on the stick’ and unintentionally put the aircraft into a maneuver that exceeds human capacity.
    • The fly-by-wire flight control system is triple redundant.
    • The aircraft has digital fly-by-wire controls and HOTAS (hands on throttle and stick).
    • It will be fitted with a fly-by-wire flight control system developed for the Airbus range of civil airliners.
    • I'd like to see some other folks that come in that have some experience certainly in fly-by-wire systems, folks that have been doing it more recently than I have.
    • The pilot controls the aircraft through a computerised digital fly-by-wire system which provides artificial stabilisation and gust elevation to give good control characteristics throughout the flight envelope.
    • We have the normal flight control that the safety pilot and the instructor flies, and we also have the experimental or the fly-by-wire set of flight controls.
    • Control of the fuel injection is through the engine control unit and a fly-by-wire throttle position sensor.
    • The fly-by-wire throttle is so responsive that you just release the pressure on the pedal and it smoothes everything out.
    • The KC-10A's boom operator controls refueling operations through a digital fly-by-wire system.
    • Can a mobile phone really cause a fly-by-wire computer-controlled aircraft to fall out of the sky?
    • There's no electronics, no traction control, no fly-by-wire throttles.
    • I was going to have to do my best, trying to land a fly-by-wire aircraft onboard an aircraft carrier in bad weather, with the jet still in autopilot.
    • The F - 22, for example, was heavily dependent on fly-by-wire technology, which, at the time the system began its development, was not mature.
    • The fly-by-wire system consists of a flight control computer, two pilot control sticks and sensors for pitch, roll and yaw measurement.
    • The automotive equivalent of aircraft fly-by-wire comes to cars.
    • The industry is only a generation of cars away from fuel cells, mass fitment of on-board computer screens, and aircraft fly-by-wire technology.
    • However, the manufacturers have a valid point in that we are quite happy to unthinkingly travel in fly-by-wire aircraft.