wing area

wing area

An area of the plan surface of the wing (projected on a plane perpendicular to the normal axis). It includes the control surfaces. The wing area is equal to the product of the wingspan and the chord.
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It also had a 25 percent larger wing area and two additional wing stations, hence yielding greater payload capacity.
Tenders are invited for Supplying, Laying /fixing i/c replacement of damaged Chilled water pipe line for guest wing area in shaft/subway/false ceiling in connection with Special repair of 350TR Centralized AC system at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
But the lower body weight of the more slender kite compared with its relatively voluminous wing area - a six-foot wingspan - gives it a much more buoyant appearance, so that at times it does indeed float like the proverbial butterfly.
We were aware that we were presenting this piece in Vorarlberg, at the time the most right wing area of Austria and that the content and the staging might be uncomfortable.
where W is the weight (N) of the individual, b is the wing span (m), S is the wing area ([m.
Frugivorous individuals were identified to the species level, following Gardner's (2007d) key; measures of forearm and leg length, wing area (from right wing) and weight were taken; and the sex of each individual was recorded.
So I have much less wing area than a UAV of a similar size class, and so that creates an endurance challenge on top of the battery challenge.
The Mustang had two inches greater span, was two feet four and a half inches longer, and had nine square feet less wing area.
He went to the right wing area to take a long throw and when the ball was cleared he picked it up and played a cross-cum-shot into the far corner.
Featuring a wingspan (over rocket pods) of 60 feet, 10 inches--6 feet more than previous models--a 591 square-foot wing area and enlarged tail surfaces, the Mark 5 had a length of 54 feet and 2 Inches, a height of 15 feet and 61/2 inches, an empty weight of 23,100 lb.