parallel interplane struts

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  • These were divided into two bays by pairs of near-parallel interplane struts.
  • It was a two bay biplane with pairs of parallel interplane struts, though the inner bay was quite narrow.
  • It was a single bay equal span biplane, with simple parallel interplane struts and without stagger.
  • It was an equal span two bay biplane, with simple pairs of parallel interplane struts between unstaggered wings.
  • They were both biplanes, with round tipped constant chord wings connected by pairs of parallel interplane struts.
  • It was a single bay biplane, with one pair of parallel interplane struts on each side and with a central cabane between fuselage and the upper wing.
  • It was a single bay design with pairs of parallel interplane struts assisted by four parallel cabane struts between the central upper wing and the fuselage.
  • It had an essentially two bay wing structure, though a third set of simple parallel interplane struts on each wing, close to the fuselage, took the place of cabane struts.
  • It was a two bay biplane with parallel interplane struts.
  • It was a two bay biplane, with two pairs of parallel interplane struts on each side and two further pairs acting as a cabane between fuselage and the upper wing.
  • It had simple parallel interplane struts; the upper centre section was supported on each side by a three sided rectangular frame, open at the bottom where it was mounted on the upper fuselage.
  • The unstaggered wings were divided into two bays on each side by two pairs of parallel interplane struts; bracing was assisted by wires.
  • The L.1 was a single bay biplane with a pair of tall, parallel interplane struts with flying and landing wires on each side.
  • The bays were divided by pairs of parallel interplane struts; the interplane gap was large.
  • This was an equal span two bay biplane, the bays defined by two pairs of parallel interplane struts on each side, assisted by wire bracing.
  • These were mounted without stagger, each wing braced to the one below by two pairs of vertical, parallel interplane struts, one pair out beyond mid-span and the other from the fuselage sides.
  • The G.I had unequal span wings, straight edged and of constant chord and with three bays per side defined by parallel interplane struts.
  • The Special was a four-bay biplane, with square-tipped, constant-chord, unequal-span wings connected by pairs of parallel interplane struts.
  • The bays were defined by pairs of parallel interplane struts.
  • It was a multi-bay, unequal span biplane with no stagger and wings of constant chord, braced with pairs of parallel interplane struts.
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