chordwise


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chordwise

(ˈkɔːdˌwaɪz)
adv
(Aeronautics) in the direction of an aerofoil chord
adj
(Aeronautics) moving in this direction: chordwise force.
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Both propellers exhibited S-shaped bending, leading edge damage and chordwise scratching consistent with being under power.
During the oscillating motion of the wings (flexural and torsional) the shockwaves move in a chordwise direction due to the continuous change in the angle of attack along the wing span.
The tip of the blade exhibited a slight forward bend, and chordwise scratches were noted on the cambered side of the blade," the report stated.
It was resulted a surface finish with a noticeable distributed roughness as well as low chordwise ridges due to resin overcure in at the build layer interfaces.
The computed Cp will be compared to 21 spanwise sections [0:5:100] with 5% increment and 107 chordwise sections.
Sometimes I block the star's light with a simple occulting bar fashioned from a matchstick glued chordwise across a paper tube, inked black, and fitted into the eyepiece barrel.
It flows along chordwise convection cooling channels between the spar and the shell and returns to the remaining spar cavities (the discharge cavities).
Both propeller blades exhibited chordwise scratches and gouges at the leading and trailing edges.
Therefore, the study of the transition location and separation positon provides a reference to a chordwise installation position of VGs.
All three propeller blades were attached to the hub and exhibited varying amounts of leading edge gouging and chordwise scratching.
Moving aft chordwise or as the wing reaches progressively higher angles of attack, the boundary layer begins to separate from the wing surface.