Aerofoil

Collection by Jean-Luc Mauricette

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examples of airfoils in nature and within various vehicles An airfoil is defined as any surface such as airplane aileron, rudder, wing, main or tail rotor blade, designed to obtain reaction from air from which it moves Civil Air Patrol, Aerospace Engineering, Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering, Flying Wing, Fluid Dynamics, Dragonfly Wings, Wings Design, Jet Engine

examples of airfoils in nature and within various vehicles An airfoil is defined as any surface such as airplane aileron, rudder, wing, main or tail rotor blade, designed to obtain reaction from air from which it moves

Tomahawk Hydrofoils Yacht Design, Boat Design, Foil Boat, Helicopter Rotor, Fast Boats, Woodworking Hand Tools, Dinghy, Pontoon Boat, Windsurfing

Tomahawk - Yachts and Yachting Online Forum - Page 6

I've just seen this on the advertorial sectionCan someone in layman's terms explain the difference...

Minix wing tip device promises gain in fuel efficiency for airliners Plane Design, Jumbo Jet, Aviation Industry, Commercial Aircraft, Aircraft Design, Air Show, Fuel Economy, Fuel Efficiency, Wings

Minix wing tip device promises 6% gain in fuel efficiency for airliners

Minix claims its design can save as much as 6% on an aircraft's energy costs. For a commercial Boeing 747, that equates to a saving of around 600,000 gallons of fuel - per year, per aircraft. Food for thought.