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What sets the Drone 40 apart from a host of other small drone designs is the long, vertical fuselage.

Ingenuity has an incredibly lightweight design, clocking in at only 4 pounds with a fuselage slightly bigger than a softball.

One of those elements is the “aerodynamic shaping of the aircraft,” he mentions, like the plane’s long, skinny fuselage.

That’s why the plane’s fuselage has its blimpy shape, and why the wings are located towards the back.

One of the main ways the plane aims to be so efficient is by keeping the air flowing smoothly over the fuselage for as long as possible.

At the same time, the heaviest parts—the main fuselage, the engines and wings—sink to the bottom.

The helicopters must be armored, with a bullet-resistant fuselage and glass.

Its olive-green fuselage stood out against the snowed peaks.

The fuel supplying those engines is drawn from three tanks—one in the lower center fuselage, and one in each wing.

Like the wings, the tail surfaces—horizontal and vertical—easily break away from the fuselage and float.

A bullet struck the fuselage and ricocheted past his ear; another ripped a hole in the canvas of his wing.

Tam had a tray of bombs under the fuselage—something in destructive quality between a Mills grenade and a three-inch shell.

A few inches in front of my nose was the breach of a heavy machine-gun whose muzzle projected over the bow of the fuselage.

If left long enough, the gasoline manages to soak well into the fuselage before evaporating.

The fuselage of a plane, scarred and broken, was still held in the strong limbs.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fuselage, such as: frame, material, skeleton, assembly, basis, and bed.

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