[ UK /ˈe‍ɪləɹən/ ]
[ US /ˈeɪɫɝˌɑn/ ]
  1. an airfoil that controls lateral motion
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How To Use aileron In A Sentence

  • Early in the FCF profile, he configured the aircraft to Gust Up (flaps and ailerons shifted up) for a high-speed trim and rigging check.
  • From a distance, it was easy to see that while the aileron on one side was in alignment, the other aileron was sagging significantly.
  • Further, the reconfigurable control law is designed undergoing the elevator and aileron failures.
  • Probably due to flutter, an aileron departed the wing and the racer flipped over out of control and smashed into the ground.
  • Operating the ailerons causes an effect called adverse yaw.
  • It sat on the trailing edge of the wings, preventing the ailerons from moving.
  • Once the airplane reaches a high enough altitude, the water freezes, affecting the operation of an aileron control bearing.
  • I read him checklists, learning words like "aileron," "magnetos," and "pitot" that no one else in my first-grade class knew. Wondermark
  • In order to prevent student pilots from getting into deeps stalls followed by deadly spins, Thieblot created a wing that allowed the ailerons to remain effective in a stall, thus making stall recovery easier.
  • Airplanes turn while remaining aloft primarily by controlling the positions of ailerons mounted on horizontally oriented wings.
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