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Cliff7600

Jaguars, flaps extented

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I was wondering about the flaps extent angles of the Jaguar, and the difference between inner flaps and outer flaps.

And I thought it was a good enough reason to post some shots : )

 

All from www.airliners.net

 

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Nice!!!

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A pair of fangs, strong legs and a well-bred look... the last true felid !

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sure those outers aren't just drooping ailerons?? look at the Indian Jag.

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sure those outers aren't just drooping ailerons?? look at the Indian Jag.

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should work ok now :wink:

 

seriously I think you're right

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sure those outers aren't just drooping ailerons??

 

http://www.airvectors.net/avjag.html

 

"The Jaguar A had a high-mounted wing with a sweep of 40 degrees and an anhedral droop of 3 degrees, with relatively small wing area for a smoother ride at low altitude. There was a leading-edge flap along the outboard section of each wing, and large, double slotted trailing edge flaps on both the outboard and inboard sections of each wing. There was a "dogtooth" between the outboard and inboard sections of the wing.

 

There were no ailerons, roll control being provided by a two-section spoiler on top of each wing, just forward of the outboard flaps. There was a prominent "fence" between the inboard and outboard sections of the wing. Along with a conventional tail assembly, with all-moving one-piece tailplanes, there were two ventral fins. There were twin hydraulically-operated perforated airbrakes ahead of the ventral fins, under the wings. The hydraulic system was dual-redundant."

 

...as modeled in the current SF2 Jaguar A.

 

Unless you have other sources that talk about some "wing ailerons of the Jaguar"?

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