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PREZI 2 The parts of an aircraft

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Bruno Poulain

on 10 October 2014

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Transcript of PREZI 2 The parts of an aircraft

The elevators are a pair of movable wings which are controlled by the pilot.
Modern aircraft typically have the elevator at the rear, attached to the horizontal stabilizer.
Spoilers are small, hinged plates on the top portion of wings. Spoilers can be used to slow an aircraft, or to make an aircraft descend, if they are deployed on both wings. Spoilers can also be used to generate a rolling motion for an aircraft, if they are deployed on only one wing.
The fuselage

The fuselage, or body of the airplane, is a long hollow tube which holds all the pieces of an airplane together. The fuselage is hollow to reduce weight. As with most other parts of the airplane, the shape of the fuselage is normally determined by the mission of the aircraft.
The fuselage
The wings
The parts of an aircraft

The tail
1 winglet
2 aileron
4 spoiler
6 slat
5 flap
3 outboard slat
7 aerial
9 nose
10 radome
11 tyre
12 fuselage
14 rudder
15 elevator
19 light
18 engine
16 emergency exit
At the rear of the fuselage of most aircraft one finds a vertical stabilizer and a rudder The stabilizer is a fixed wing section whose job is to provide stability for the aircraft, to keep it flying straight. The vertical stabilizer prevents side-to-side, or yawing, motion of the aircraft nose.
The rudder is the small moving section at the rear of the stabilizer that is attached to the fixed sections by hinges. Because the rudder moves, it varies the amount of force generated by the tail surface and is used to generate and control the yawing motion of the aircraft.

The rudder is used to control the position of the nose of the aircraft
Ailerons can be used to generate a rolling motion for an aircraft. Ailerons are small hinged sections on the outboard portion of a wing. Ailerons usually work in opposition: as the right aileron is deflected upward, the left is deflected downward, and vice versa.
Turbine engine
Turbine engines produce thrust by increasing the velocity of the air flowing through the engine. A turbine engine consists of an air inlet, compressor, combustion chambers, turbine section, and exhaust.
Wingtip devices are usually intended to improve the efficiency of fixed-wing aircraft.
Wingtip devices increase the lift generated at the wingtip and reduce the lift-induced drag caused by wingtip vortices, improving lift-to-drag ratio. This increases fuel efficiency in powered aircraft.
Slats and flaps
Slats and flaps both change the shape of the wing when they are extended and allow the wing to generate more lift so that the airplane can fly slower.
In addition, the large aft-projected area of the flap increases the drag of the aircraft. This helps the airplane slow down for landing.
8 windscreen
13 tail fin
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