yumanensis, nor did wing loading
or aspect ratio (Table 2).
In Section 3, influences of wing loading
and battery ratio will be analyzed, and the feasible design space for small battery powered tailsitters will be given.
In turbulence, the Taylorcraft does better than most airplanes, even considering the low wing loading
Lasionycteris noctivagans has intermediate wing loading
associated with its smaller size (12-15 g), which allows for relatively slow maneuverable flight.
When flying for duration, wing loading
must be reduced, which also helps to increase flight times.
Analysis of covariance (SYSTAT, Multivariate General Linear Hypothesis) was performed on normalized (natural-log transformed distance or square-root transformed wing loading
) variables to determine the effect of wing loading
(continuous covariate), segment type, wind speed, height of release, and interactions on the distance traveled in the wind tunnel.
The wing/thorax ratio is inversely proportional to wing loading
and wing beat frequency (Petavy et al.
Directional and longitudinal stability, wing loading
, and total plane weight impact the accident rates of smaller commuter aircraft.
The winglets' unique design and carbon fiber construction minimize additional wing loading
, while maximizing the overall aerodynamic efficiency of the aircraft.
The RV-8A is a faster, aerobatic plane with shorter wings and higher wing loading
than the RV-12 I had most recently used, and I was still learning how quickly it would quit flying in the flare unless I kept my speed up and some power on.
With all that wing area-187 square feet for a wing loading
It was a little choppy that day but the F-16 has the wing loading
of a manhole cover, so it wasn't too bad.