Empennage

The empennage (ʒ or dʒ), also known as the tail or tail assembly, of most aircraft gives stability to the aircraft, in a similar way to the feathers on an arrow; the term derives from the French for this. Most aircraft feature empennage incorporating vertical and horizontal stabilising surfaces which stabilise the flight dynamics of pitch and ya...
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Empennage

A general term, now little used, to refer to the tail unit of an aeroplane. Empennage includes tailplane, elevators, fins and rudders.
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empennage

airplane's tail unit
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Empennage

An aircraft
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empennage

An aircraft's tail group, includes rudder and fin, and stabilizer and elevator. Old French: empenner, to feather an arrow, from Latin penna, feather.
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empennage

An aircraft's tail group, includes rudder and fin, and stabilizer and elevator. Old French: empenner, to feather an arrow, from Latin penna, feather.
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Empennage

An aircraft's tail group, includes rudder and fin, and stabilizer and elevator. Old French
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empennage

empennage 1. The tail assembly portion of an aircraft, including the horizontal and vertical stabilizers, elevators, and rudder. 2. Etymology: from early 20th century, French, literally 'feathering', as of an arrow.
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empennage

empennage: see airplane.
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Empennage

The tail surfaces of an aircraft.
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