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Feb 07, 2019
A Very Sticky Matter…

    A Very Sticky Matter…Parasitic Residue and Aerodynamic Efficiency Efforts to assure aerodynamic efficiency ultimately consider the forces of lift and drag. In an airplane, lift comes from the airfoil shape of its wings, which force faster moving air to flow above, lessening air pressure, and facilitating upward movement. Helicopter rotors use a similar […]

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Dec 06, 2018
Don’t Bug Me

Removing dried-on insects. Bugs are unavoidable, especially at lower altitudes. The messy splatter they make at takeoff and landing sticks to the surface throughout the flight. The more insects collecting, the more irregular the surface becomes. The more irregular the surface, the less smooth the flying and choppy flying means lower fuel efficiency and quite […]

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