One of the keys to understanding tailplane
stalls and the appropriate recovery method is to understand what the horizontal tail of a conventional airplane (i.
was found by historian Wolfgang Lohmann in the 70s at Hillegossen, Germany, patching up a roof.
d] of wings, tailplane
and fuselage were determined using data, available in reliable sources.
Without any warning, the tailplane
detached from the aircraft and control was lost.
First Airbus A400M vertical tailplane
arrives at EADS Casa facilities in Madrid Apr 18, 2007
tailerons (C) differentially operable ailerons and elevators of an aircraft's tailplane
So I carried on, took his tailplane
off with my wing, and he went nose down.
This plane, the Bleriot VII, was monoplane in configuration, carried a front-mounted engine, a rudder and tailplane
to the rear, an enclosed fuselage, and a landing gear assembly featuring two main wheels and a tail wheel.
In addition, icing can affect the control surface effectiveness and aerodynamic balance, which can lead to changes in longitudinal or lateral stability and, ultimately, a wingtip or tailplane
stall (Green, 1998; Green et al.
Electronic countermeasures includes an infrared missile-approach warner and eight chaff/flare dispensers in the bottom of each engine duct between wingroot and tailplane
with another in each tailplane
The FA-2 has a wing about the size of an F-14 tailplane
, so conventional approach speeds tend to be horrific without full flaps.
The Jumbo jet - like many others in the 1980s - used the metal as a tailplane