Table 4 summarizes the maximum load carrying capacity and percentage increase in it of all CFRP strengthened columns compared with the control column
Bark from the control column
contained only ([micro]g/g) 1.
The use of additional transverse reinforcement by means of CFRP band wraps prevents rapid debonding of a strip and increases load-carrying capacity by 37 % and 49 % for the elements S5b and S6b respectively, in comparison with control columns
The aircraft began to gently pitch up and the crew, in an effort to prevent this pitch up, pushed the control column
The agency said that when the control column
was moved in a certain direction with the main power switch for the attack system on, electricity passed through the projection circuit of the fighter's high-speed 20-millimeter cannon.
The incident occurred as the aircraft was descending though 6,000 feet on approach to the Paris airport and the flight crew said that the aircraft did not respond as expected to control column
inputs and that the horizontal stabiliser trim was used for pitch control.
Settling himself into the cane seat of B6313, Barker checked his rudder pedals and control column
for full movement, and confirmed that his Verey pistol, 32 calibre automatic and cockpit fire extinguisher were secure.
Its cockpit has a simple switch which commands the number 4 and 5 outer wing spoilers to offset slightly while the control column
is in a neutral position, creating the drag required to increase the rate of descent.
NEVER use the phrases circling, port-holes, hostess, air pocket, walls or joystick, when the real terms are holding, windows, stewardess, turbulence, bulkheads and control column
Today the Discovery Museum regards the revolutionary control column
as one of its most precious exhibits.
The only way a glider can enter a steep dive is when the pilot would have purposefully held the control column
The investigators said problems in the electrical system of the fighter's control column
apparently caused the firing.