Importantly, the researchers discovered that the trailing edges
move by on the same 27-day interval as the leading edges, offering hope for the accurate prediction of HSS events in the future.
Does the outer trailing edge
of that aileron line up with the trailing edge
of the wingtip?
Much of the noise caused by a wing originates at the trailing edge
where the air passing over the wing surface is turbulent.
AFRL and FlexSys developed and wind tunnel tested several wing leading and trailing edge
designs for various aircraft configurations through 2006.
Their analysis also shows that the optimum height of GFs is always below the boundary layer thickness at the trailing edge
In today's market, 0-10V is the more modern product and technically provides a much more accurate way of dimming than either the leading edge or trailing edge
For conventional wings, the sound from the hard trailing edge
typically dominates the acoustic signature.
The plane part, known as a trailing edge
flap, comes from underneath the wing of the plane, not the landing gear, as was initially believed.
Hamble delivered its initial production wing components for the first Airbus A350 XWB GE Aviation, Hamble has achieved a major program milestone with the delivery of its initial production wing fixed trailing edge
components for the first A350 XWB to fly [ETH] OMSN001O.
The centre wing box, main landing gear wheel well, wings and fixed trailing edge
are made in Japan, while the horizontal stabiliser is made in Italy, the wing's moveable trailing edge
in Australia and landing gear in the UK.
Heating by Epsilon, on the other hand, would be asymmetric and would account for the trailing edge
of the disk (the edge rotating away from Epsilon) being hotter than the leading edge.
Several research studies have shown that blunt trailing edge
(flatback) airfoils have a larger moment of inertia and manufacture facilities, in addition to an aerodynamic performance as good as the one shown by the use of common airfoils [4-15].