Aerodynamic Structure Quiz

11 January 2021, 05:47

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#1. This beauty was one of the fastest warbird in 1940s. The wing design is anhedral on the root section, dihedral on the main section. Can you describe the aerodynamic structure type of F4U4 Corsair?

#2. ........... will induce roll instability and improve roll maneuverability. In a large/heavy airplane with a high-wing configuration there is usually excess roll stability, so this type of wings can be pretty common.

#3. ........ is a configuration with the wings set on the top of the airplane's body, called the fuselage.

#4. ........... is not directly attached to the fuselage but held above it, supported by either cabane struts or a pylon. Additional bracing may be provided by struts or wires extending from the fuselage sides

#5. .............. (a category between high-wing and mid-wing) is a configuration whereby the wing is mounted near the top of the fuselage but not on the very top.

#6. .............. is an aircraft wing principle developed by Willard Ray Custer in the 1920s. The most important part of the wing consists of a half-tube with an engine placed in the middle, driving a propeller placed at the rear end.

#7. The Kyūshū J7W Shinden (震電, "Magnificent Lightning") was a World War II Japanese propeller-driven prototype fighter developed by the Imperial Japanese Navy in response to Boeing B-29 Superfortress raids on the Japanese home islands. Which one of the following is aerodynamic structure type used on ''Magnificent Lightning''?

#8. In ............ design the leading edge is not straight. Typically the inboard section has increased sweepback, creating a controlled high-lift vortex without the need for a foreplane.

#9. Which one of the following is not a High Lift Device?

#10. Which one of the following is not a Vortex Device?



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