geodetic construction

geodetic construction

geodetic construction
A typical geodetic construction.
A form of aircraft structure no longer in use. It is a form of construction in which stresses are carried in a portion of the structure made up of strips of metal or wood that cross to form a diamond-shaped lattice.
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performance is also part of the geodetic construction and documentation of the actual implementation.
Since 1959 the old airfield has been used to train firefighters from all over the world, but the Wellington aircraft, with its unique geodetic construction, is remembered so vividly in the little museum.