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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Tenders are invited for Repair Path Way, Fencing, Drain, Plinth Protection, Hard Standing And Misc Works At 19 Wing Area Under Ge (Af) Borjhar
If you want to keep them really still, tuck their head under a wing, hold them safely at the wing area and slowly circle them about seven times.
Armed Secret Service officers raced through the West Wing area of the White House during the intrusion and ordered journalists and staff members to evacuate.
Navy designed the Super Hornet, adding 40 per cent more internal fuel, more weapons stations, and more wing area, according to a former CF-18 pilot.
Ossification of the long bones in wing area beginning at the end of the first week and at the end of the ninth week all the elements in these bones are formed.
With a wing area three times the normal size, a runner going just 6 metres per second would be able to take off.
Growers and food consumers in the Red Wing area announced before Thanksgiving that they've hired Sharon Becker to be general manager of the Riverbend Market Cooperative, soon to open in the river city.
The percentages of blue colors of the total wing area were recorded for each image by selecting the "report contour" option.
Therefore, the author decided to change the wing area by keeping the wingspan and changing the aspect ratio.
1 with aspect ration of 4 and total wing area of 400 cm2.
A fire started in the left wing area and penetrated into the passenger cabin.