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Verb1.side-slip - slide sideways through the air in a downward direction in an airplane along an inclined lateral axis
slide, slew, slue, slip, skid - move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner; "the wheels skidded against the sidewalk"
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Here is the land they've been all along expecting for Fred, which it seems the old man never meant to leave him a foot of, but left it to this side-slip of a son that he kept in the dark, and thought of his sticking there and vexing everybody as well as he could have vexed 'em himself if he could have kept alive.
Puspakom in a statement here today said according to the centre's statistic, the highest level failure in meeting the required level is for the braking system (35 per cent), followed by the side-slip test (30 per cent), and emissions (10 per cent).
'This is very worrying because the main component of a vehicle such as the brake is not functioning well and the unsatisfactory side-slip test is exposed to getting involved in road accidents risk, while emissions that do not follow Department of Environment standards, will cause air pollution,' it said.
Because of the low speed, the centrifugal force is small, and the tire side-slip angle can be neglected, then the turning radius [R.sub.0] = [u.sub.0] / [[omega].sub.0].
11), we know that with the increase of the speed of the vehicle, the overshoot of side-slip angle is increased, reaction time was shortened, and the steady-state value decreased.
If a client's side-slip seat design receives the FAA stamp of approval, Aircraft Interior Solutions will be in the business of assembling the new fuselage furniture for airline deployment.
The side-slip seating is expected to clear the final rounds of FAA approval and allow production to start in March or April.
The new Side-Slip Seat design permits the normal 19 inch-wide aisle to open up to an amazing 43 inches The Association for Airline Passenger Rights, (AAPR) today applauded Molon Labe Designs for its groundbreaking prototype "Side-Slip Seat," which was unveiled earlier this year in Germany at the Aircraft Interiors Trade Show.