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Wing structure

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The wings are the primary source of lift for fixed-winged aircraft, and at the heart of its construction, is the airplane wing spar.

The wings are the primary source of lift for fixed-winged aircraft, and at the heart of its construction, is the airplane wing spar.

SkyTough
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Megabats and Microbats

Subscribe to Bats Rule! by Email Buba Ganoush the Grey-headed Flying Fox 19th October 2015Age: Juvenile Sex: Male Weight: 75gms Found: Buba Ganoush was sadly left an orphan after his mum was caught in barbed wire in Kidaman Creek, QLD. Transported to: The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital by a local wildlife carer. Veterinary Assessment: After a thorough examination, Dr Amber found that Buba Ganoush had a sinus infection however he had thankfully escaped any serious barbed wire injuries…

(PDF) Structural Analysis, joint characterization and parametrical design of a set of hypar gridshell roofs made from Guadua

PDF | On May 24, 2016, T Michiels and others published Structural Analysis, joint characterization and parametrical design of a set of hypar gridshell roofs made from Guadua | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate

Wing Structure 1 of 2 by ObloquyCondemed on DeviantArt

Description [EDIT] for bat wing movement, I HIGHLY suggest you check out the slowmotion fotage on this website, it's below the snake images [link] Or maybe 1 of 3... Does anyone know of any good sites about bat or reptile anatomy, I've found one on bats, but they seem to be lacking and I have yet to get any books on the subjects. Not such a high quality this time, my arm wasn't behaving. Pieced together from bird, human and bat. Relatively speaking, I suppose a dragon's wing beats are weaker…

Granat
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People need life-size and wearable wings for strange reasons. For most, it's the finishing touch on a halloween costume. For me, it was just an insatiable urge with no reasonable motive. It took time and patience, but if you have a couple spare...

People need life-size and wearable wings for strange reasons. For most, it's the finishing touch on a halloween costume. For me, it was just an insatiable urge with no reasonable motive. It took time and patience, but if you have a couple spare...

Butterfly Wings

These Butterfly Wings are from The Nature Library by W. J. Holland, published in 1904. I hope you'll enjoy using these Butterfly Wings in your artwork.

Building the wing structure in Infographic

Saved by Mark Francis (@resinism). Discover more of the best illustration, geometry, pattern, mathematics, and wing inspiration on Designspiration