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aIle

Abbreviation for alloisoleucine.
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Later, as we watched the pass on the PLAT recording, we saw the true airspeed go from 150 to 170 knots as the ailerons visibly faired.
For CFD simulations, four different equally spaced sections have been used, along with a 3D model of the complete aileron, thus being able to study the 2D air flow at different locations on the wing's span and also providing an overall image of the three-dimensional flow pattern.
Saab has cooperated with Airbus since 1997, and besides delivering ailerons for the A320 family, Saab also delivers the mid and outer fixed leading edges for the A380 and the crew entrance door for the A400M military transport aircraft.
Saab signed the contract with Airbus to produce ailerons for the A320 in 1999.
This particular FCF was scheduled following maintenance on the port leading-edge-flap universal, the starboard rudder servo and port aileron servo.
The ailerons are moved up or down to create uneven lift on the sides of the plane to control its rolling and tilting movements.
A simplified 3D model of the rocket has been constructed, paying a special attention to the point of interest for the current study, namely the movable red ailerons in the back of the space vehicle shown in Figure 1.
The device, an electrohydrostatic actuator, moves wing components called ailerons that control the side-to-side movement of the plane.
Actuators are the hydraulic-powered devices that operate aircraft surfaces which control the plane in flight, such as flaps, slats, ailerons, elevators and rudders.
Sb is responsible for developing and producing ailerons for the A320 family.
The goal is to develop software that would sense when an aircraft is damaged and then automatically manipulate control surfaces - like flaps, rudders or ailerons - to compensate, restoring control to the pilot.