nose section

nose section

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i. The forward section of an aircraft. See center section.
ii. The forward section of an aircraft reciprocating-engine crankcase that contains the thrust-bearing and propeller-reduction gears.
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However, on closer exam, the once-flat tip was now slightly dished in by the impact, and putting a caliper to the nose section showed it had minimally bulged.
The autoclave addition is part of an expansion to Spirit's composite fuselage facility, where the company makes the carbon-fiber nose section for Boeing's 787 Dreamliner.
er, well, not so apparently, as Bond's plane is seen flying off with Dr No damage to the nose section despite the collision
The sixth generation Caravelle gets the smarter nose section inroduced with the T6 Transporter van and, as before, is available in either short or long wheelbase bodystyles.
The sixth generation Caravelle gets the smarter nose section introduced with the T6 Transporter van and, as before, is available in either short or long wheelbase bodystyles.
The wrecked nose section of the Pan-Am Boeing 747 laying in a Scottish |field at Lockerbie in 1988
000mph record, the BLOODHOUND Build Team and technicians from the Royal Air Force's 71 Squadron have completed assembly of the titanium floor, which will protect the underside of the carbon fibre nose section and cockpit.
There are dual front airbags with pre-tensioning seatbelts, an energy absorbing nose section, and side impact anti- intrusion bars.
The nose section of the downed aircraft was found shortly before 7 a.
After a few more seconds, number three collided with the section leader, nose section to tail section.
Safety is a priority, and the D-Max boasts SRS airbags with pre-tensioning seatbelts, an energy absorbing nose section, and side impact anti-intrusion bars in the LS grade.