The same as Bidule , twin elevons
were utilized to provide roll-attitude and pitch-attitude control, while rotation speeds and collective pitches of such twin propellers were utilized to provide altitude and yaw-attitude control, respectively.
The control surfaces, in this case trailing edge elevons
, were designed to snap fit onto two hinges that protruded from the outer wing section.
(13.) "Nous nous elevons
contre toute tentative d'interpretation d'un texte poetique a des fins judiciaires et reclamons la cessation immediate des poursuites," Misere, 5.
Also, the team dispensed with the deployable drag-generating devices used to slow planes on approach, opting instead for a combination of elevons
and thrust vectoring.
For some bomber pilots, that was their first introduction to the unique and very different behavior of an airplane with "elevons
" instead of ailerons and elevators.
The report into the May incident said part of one of the elevons
- moving parts of the wing used to control pitch and roll - had separated.
The report into the May incident said part of one of the Concorde's elevons
- a moving part of the wing used to control pitch and roll - had separated from the wing.
The vibrations were apparently due to the Concorde losing up to 70% of the lower part of it rudder when the aircraft's elevons
separated from the wing according to Reuters.
Comme nous nous elevons
contre l'attitude du ministre du Commerce, Amara Benyounes, qui a assiste a ce congres illegal [beaucoup plus grand que], soutient-il.
The bomber relies on four Rolls-Royce Olympus engines and has control surfaces known as elevons
, which make it nimble and controllable.
une ribambelle d'enfants a qui nous esperons voir grandir dans de meilleures conditions".
The inboard two are redundant elevons
and the outboard is a split-flap "ruddervon" for yaw, pitch, and roll control.