instructed by your teacher, print out a worksheet page for these problems
here to go to airplane parts definitions site.
control the roll of an airplane.
control the pitch (the up and down motion) of an airplane.
are deployed when the plane is landing or taking off.
rudder controls the yaw (side to side
motion) of an airplane.
is a blanking turn of an airplane. A roll to the right is accomplished
by having the right aileron up and the left aileron down. A roll to the
left would have the left aileron up and the right aileron down.
is the up and down motion of an airplane. To climb, the elevators are
put in the up position. This pushes the tail down and the nose up. To
dive, the elevators are put in the down position. This pushes the tail
up and the nose down.
is the side-to-side motion of an airplane. To cause an airplane to yaw
to the right, the rudder is deployed to the right. This pushes the tail
to the left and the nose to the right. To cause an airplane to yaw to
the left, the rudder is deployed to the left. This pushes the tail to
the right and the nose to the left.
each airplane part in the figure below by writing the number that corresponds
to the part.
______ Elevators ______ Flaps _______ Rudders ________
the figure above, identify the part that controls or is used to:
______ Yaw ______ Roll ______ Dive ______ Landing ______ Pitch ______
Take off ______
exactly what is happening in each figure.