forward wing

forward wing

forward wing
A forward lifting surface of a canard configuration or a tandem-wing configuration airplane. The surface may be a fixed, movable, or variable-geometry surface, with or without a control surface.
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The study described the newly discovered butterfly species as having a rounded forward wing between 16 and 20 millimeters that on its upperside is orange-red with black spots and a black border.
Inspection after a turbulent air encounter discovered both upper forward wing bolts and nuts were installed only hand-tight.
1324, November 1943, 'Comments on design of a tailless glider with swept forward wing.
Other seniors on the team are Lauren Dexter, a forward wing, and Arielle Strzelewicz, a defender, who is out with an injury.
With the Cul de Canard well back over the shank the F-fly represents the tent-winged sedges and a pulled forward wing (tweaked with a thumb nail) will fool many a fish when they are taking the drifting olive duns, with their upright, drying wings.
A thorough inspection of the aircraft revealed only a slight buckle on the starboard forward wing fuselage fillet at station 534.
The wings contain all the information needed to reconstruct the peak, so as soon as the forward wing of the incoming laser pulse arrives, the cell spits out a full-scale version of the peak.
This AD requires a visual inspection of the PS wire bundle, shielded wires going to fuel probe 'G' and any other wire or wire bundle for chafing in the forward wing spar and forward ventral tank area, and corrective actions if necessary.
Fuel was leaking from the right forward wing glove area.
He noted the company is now preparing the forward (canard) wing basic load analysis and test plan for FAA approval and to configure the JETCRUZER 500 forward wing for the ultimate structural load test.

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