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aIle

Abbreviation for alloisoleucine.
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From the days of the C-2, Aeronca ailerons have had a reputation for being heavy and not generating a particularly exciting rate of roll.
The Aileron assemblies are comprised of monolithic and sandwich composite parts manufactured in-house by Kaman, brought together into the final assembly with bought-out components from the Kaman supply chain.
In the approach configuration, the ailerons drop to match the trailing edge flaps, and when one fails, it is driven to a neutral position by air loads.
On this particular aircraft there are two ailerons and a rolled spoiler.
The size and geometrical aspect of the individual control aileron are shown in Figure 1.
The A400M includes a number of composite wing parts, including the ailerons and spoilers, which are hundreds of plies strong.
The ``neural network'' software would sense damage and automatically adjust the usable control surfaces, such as flaps or ailerons, to compensate.
The plane still has conventional control panels, such as ailerons that are typically raised or lowered to turn, or roll, the aircraft, and flaps, which are extended or retracted to vary the amount of lift.
Cetex composites of Fortron PPS and carbon-fiber fabric form the ailerons and the large keel beam of the new Airbus models.
To roll, for example, Malby adjusts the position of hinged panels called ailerons on the edge of each wing.
Saab has delivered ailerons for the wings of the Airbus A320-family since 2000.