engine cowling

engine cowling

engine cowling
A metallic or other hard covering over an installed engine that is either hinged or other-wise removable. It helps to minimize drag and cools the engine.
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He moved back to the Cessna, clipped the engine cowling shut and climbed into the cockpit, working his way through the pre-flight checks and had a flashback to the last time he had done it, a little over an hour earlier.
In addition, the new engine cowling design removes approximately 50 percent of the internal steel to further reduce truck weight and increase payload.
Timothy Oulton, a little-known top end furniture brand stocked by Harrods, was responsible for supplying some of the more outrageous furniture including the propeller coffee table, airplane engine cowling bathroom mirror and some of the lush chairs.
Under this contract, production and assembling of the composite fairings of the Bell 525 s main engine cowling section is to be carried out at Aurora s Bridgeport, W.
Expanding our search to the rest of the aircraft led us to discover a missing screw from the left side of the aircraft above the engine cowling.
It is thought that the engine cowling covers on two different planes were confused, and mistakenly marked as secure on the plane to be used for the Oslo flight.
The British Airways plane, with the engine cowling missing, which was involved in the incident at Heathrow
Bloodhound is currently assembling the car in Bristol, which will have the standard 'RR' badge on engine cowling.
The propeller shattered and the engine cowling, radiator fairings, aileron and wing were damaged.
When you install the aft fairing to the engine cowling, try not to push the cowling's lire-proof strip out of place or the strip will come off.
2 Rolls-Royce Trent 900, which ripped away a large section of the engine cowling.
Assisting in a low-power engine turn on an E-6B, PRAN Coe noticed sparks coming from the #4 engine cowling.