balanced elevators

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  • The horizontal tail was mounted at mid-fuselage, D-shaped in plan and with balanced elevators.
  • The rudder extended to the keel, operating between the split, balanced elevators.
  • Its cantilever tailplane, set at mid fuselage, was fabric covered and carried balanced elevators well separated to allow the rudder to move between them.
  • It tapered to the rear, where an almost delta shaped tailplane was mounted at mid-height, carrying horn balanced elevators.
  • The Ardea's balanced elevators together formed a slender ellipse in plan, though with a cut-out for rudder movement.
  • The tail unit, like the fuselage, was steel framed and ply covered, with split, balanced elevators.
  • It carried balanced elevators which reached well beyond the tailplane and which had a pair of mid-span cut-outs to allow the movement of a pair small fins.
  • The tailplane was mounted on top of the fuselage and carried horn balanced elevators.
  • The tapered, mass-balanced elevators are set at mid-fuselage.
  • The tailplane is rectangular in plan, the separate, mass balanced elevators having a cut-out for the movement of a tall, tapered, all-moving rudder.
  • The horizontal tail was made narrower, with straight taper and all ply covered, placed far enough forward so no rudder cut out in the now horn balanced elevators was required.
  • The horizontal tail was set at the top of the fuselage and carried horn-balanced elevators; the rudder was large and pointed.
  • Behind them was the cargo hold with the fuselage tapering gently towards the tail which carried biplane tailplanes with balanced elevators.
  • The final aircraft, XCO-7B, added balanced elevators and inverted the Liberty engine.
  • Behind the cabin the fuselage is slender and carries a low set, straight tapered tailplane with horn balanced elevators.
  • The braced tailplane was mounted on top of the fuselage and carried horn-balanced elevators.
  • To improve the problems a modified variant, the D.II was introduced with balanced elevators and balanced ailerons on the upper wings.
  • The straight edged tailplane was mounted at mid fuselage and carried horn balanced elevators with angled tips.
  • The panels swept upwards into a pair of fins and balanced rudders carrying a high set tailplane with three balanced elevators, the rudders working between them.
  • There were small differences however: for example the leading edge of the tailplane was straighter in the Fury and it had horn-balanced elevators.
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