span ailerons

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  • The mid-mounted wing has a double surface and full-span ailerons.
  • Early versions used wing warping for roll control, while later models used full-span ailerons.
  • Full span ailerons were fitted to both upper and lower wings.
  • Full span ailerons were fitted on both upper and lower wings.
  • Both upper and lower wings were rectangular in plan, with long span ailerons only on the upper plane.
  • Its span wing has an 80% double surface and features half-span ailerons.
  • Wide span ailerons covered much of the straight, forward swept, trailing edge.
  • The aircraft had long span ailerons filling about two thirds of the wing.
  • Full-span ailerons were fitted on the top wing only.
  • The trailing edge of each outer panel carried three equal span ailerons.
  • The wing features 60% span ailerons and the whole wing can be removed for transport or storage.
  • The control system is conventional three-axis, with half-span ailerons.
  • The controls are conventional three-axis, with full-span ailerons on the top wing.
  • Its span wing is constructed from wood, with foam ribs and one third span ailerons.
  • The long-span ailerons were shortened and combined with centre section split flaps.
  • The wings carried full span ailerons which could be drooped together, flap-like, for landing.
  • The wings are double-surface, with half-span ailerons.
  • The design includes full-span ailerons that give it a high roll rate with minimal adverse yaw.
  • The original wing were removed and instead the aircraft had a short, conventional, shoulder-mounted wing, bearing projecting, full-span ailerons.
  • Long span ailerons occupied almost all the span.
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