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Who Were the Wright Brothers? , Hörbuch, Digita...
9,95 € *
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As young boys, Orville and Wilbur Wright loved all things mechanical. As young men, they gained invaluable skills essential for their success by working with printing presses, bicycles, motors, and any sort of machinery they could get their hands on. As adults, the brothers worked together to invent, build, and fly the world's first successful airplane. This is the fascinating story of the two inventors and aviation pioneers who never lost sight of their dream: to fly, and to soar higher! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Johnny Heller. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/lili/003200/bk_lili_003200_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 26.05.2020
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Westinghouse Ventilator Airplane, silber
125,90 CHF *
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Silbergrauer Deckenventilator Airplane mit sehr leisem Motor Der moderne Deckenventilator Airplane besticht durch ein Metall-Gehäuse in Silbergrau und drei Rotorflügel in gleicher Optik. Die Ausstattung mit Zugschalter regelt die dreistufige Bedienbarkeit. Fernbedienung oder wahlweise Wandschaltung lassen sich optional nachrüsten (siehe Zubehör). Airplane kann bis zu 15 m² Raumgröße optimal verwendet werden. Überschreitet die Decke eine Höhe von 3,5 m, sollte eine Verlängerungsstange eingebaut werden (siehe Zubehör). Funktionen Am integrierten Schieberegler wird der Vor- und Rückwärtslauf eingestellt. Mit dem Wechsel zwischen Sommer- und Winterbetrieb entstehen unterschiedliche Wirkungen. Die Sommerfunktion bietet Kühlung, die Winterfunktion wälzt Wärme um und ermöglicht eine Heizenergiekosten-Einsparung um bis zu 30 %. Technische Daten Leistung je Geschwindigkeit: - 24 Watt bei 150 U/min - 34 Watt bei 200 U/min - 48 Watt bei 250 U/min Besonderheiten Aufgrund des extrem leisen Motors ist der Deckenventilator Airplane auch erste Wahl für die Nutzung in Schlafräumen.

Anbieter: Lampenwelt CH
Stand: 26.05.2020
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GM New Look Bus
45,00 € *
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The GM New Look bus (nicknamed "Fishbowl" for its six-piece rounded windshield) is a transit bus introduced in 1959 by General Motors and produced until 1986. Like GM's over-the- road buses, including the Greyhound Scenicruiser, the air- sprung New Look did not have a traditional ladder frame. Instead it used an airplane-like stressed-skin construction in which an aluminum riveted skin supported the weight of the bus. The wooden floor kept the bus' shape. The engine cradle was hung off the back of the roof. As a result, the GM New Look weighed significantly less than competitors' city buses. The design is listed as U.S. Patent D182,998 by Roland E. Gegoux and William P. Strong. 44,484 New Look buses were built over the production lifespan, of which 33,413 were built in the U.S. and 11,071 were built in Canada (GM Diesel Division). Separated by general type, the production figures comprised 510 29-foot city buses (all U.S.-built), 9,355 35-foot city buses (7,804 U.S.-built, 1,551 Canadian), 31,348 40-foot city buses (22,034 U.S., 9,314 Canadian) and 3,271 suburban coaches (of which only 206 were built in Canada).

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.05.2020
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The Early History of the Airplane (Illustrated ...
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The Wright brothers, Orville (1871-1948) and Wilbur (1867- 1912), were two Americans who are generally credited with inventing and building the world's first successful airplane and making the first controlled, powered and sustained heavier-than-air human flight in 1903. In the two years afterward, the brothers developed their flying machine into the first practical fixed-wing aircraft. Although not the first to build and fly experimental aircraft, the Wright brothers were the first to invent aircraft controls that made fixed wing flight possible. The brothers' fundamental breakthrough was their invention of 'three axis-control', which enabled the pilot to steer the aircraft effectively and to maintain its equilibrium. They gained the mechanical skills essential for their success by working for years in their shop with printing presses, bicycles, motors, and other machinery. The brothers' contracts with the U. S. Army and a French syndicate depended on successful public flight demonstrations that met certain conditions. The brothers had to divide their efforts. Wilbur sailed for Europe; Orville would fly near Washington, D.C. They are the authors of The Early History of the Airplane (1922).

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.05.2020
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The Saga of the Tin Goose
42,90 CHF *
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It was the brainchild of Henry Ford and inventor William Bushnell Stout. It was the Ford Tri Motor, affectionately called the Tin Goose, the first all-metal passenger plane built in the United States. Only one hundred ninety-nine were ever manufactured, but they launched regular scheduled flights in America, introducing almost everything we have in air travel today-from stewardesses to concrete runways in airports. All major airlines started with this plane. Byrd flew to the South Pole in one. FDR dreamed up the New Deal flying in another to the Chicago convention where he was nominated for president. In a Ford Tri-Motor, Lindbergh inaugurated the first transcontinental air service. And when speedier Boeings and Douglases pushed the Ford Tri-Motor off the major air routes, the Tin Goose kept flying commercially for another fifty years, barnstorming from city to city giving hundreds of thousands of Americans their first plane ride, dusting crops and fire-fighting in the Midwest, and hauling freight and passengers into remote Central American jungles and over the Andes. This revised and updated edition of The Saga of the Tin Goose relates the story of this remarkable plane from its 1920s beginnings to the present, and tells where you can see and fl y Ford Tri-Motors today. 'This is not only the story of Mr. Ford's venerable Trimotor, it is a highly readable and complete history of commercial aviation and scheduled airlines...' -AVIATION 'Airplane buffs will find plenty of detail on the design and performance of the Trimotor and other famous planes... This tightly organized, factual presentation, enhanced by old photographs, conveys a sense of the precariousness of early aviation...' -THE KIRKUS REVIEWS 'David Ansel Weiss has written lovingly and with a professional storyteller skill of the almost-legendary plane that changed fl edgling aviation's fl y-by-night operations into the giant airline industry of today.' -ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.05.2020
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Who Were the Wright Brothers?
6,40 CHF *
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As young boys, Orville and Wilbur Wright loved all things mechanical. As young men, they gained invaluable skills essential for their success by working with printing presses, bicycles, motors, and any sort of machinery they could get their hands on. As adults, the brothers worked together to invent, build, and fly the world's first successful airplane. This is the fascinating story of the two inventors and aviation pioneers who never lost sight of their dream: to fly, and to soar higher!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Fascination Quadcopter
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For quadcopters there are many names. They are also called quadrocopter, quadricopter, drone, multicopter or simply 'UFO'. This type of model construction is very young. It began early in the new millennium with commercial products for flying camera inspections. One sees quadcopters in all sizes and price ranges on the market. They start with the toy quadcopters, which are small and, despite their low price, often surprisingly robust. In this model division, a similar trend can be observed as with helicopter and airplane models. The smaller and cheaper systems are often built as 'ready to fly', while larger systems are often available as kits. Contents: - Functionality - Ready to fly quadcopters - Components - GPS, photo and film flight - Flight mechanics - Setting the controller - Dimensioning of motors and propellers - Special shapes, tri-, hexa- and octocopters - Initial operation, sources of errors and flight

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Early History of the Airplane (Illustrated ...
12,99 € *
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The Wright brothers, Orville (1871-1948) and Wilbur (1867- 1912), were two Americans who are generally credited with inventing and building the world's first successful airplane and making the first controlled, powered and sustained heavier-than-air human flight in 1903. In the two years afterward, the brothers developed their flying machine into the first practical fixed-wing aircraft. Although not the first to build and fly experimental aircraft, the Wright brothers were the first to invent aircraft controls that made fixed wing flight possible. The brothers' fundamental breakthrough was their invention of 'three axis-control', which enabled the pilot to steer the aircraft effectively and to maintain its equilibrium. They gained the mechanical skills essential for their success by working for years in their shop with printing presses, bicycles, motors, and other machinery. The brothers' contracts with the U. S. Army and a French syndicate depended on successful public flight demonstrations that met certain conditions. The brothers had to divide their efforts. Wilbur sailed for Europe; Orville would fly near Washington, D.C. They are the authors of The Early History of the Airplane (1922).

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.05.2020
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The Saga of the Tin Goose
22,99 € *
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It was the brainchild of Henry Ford and inventor William Bushnell Stout. It was the Ford Tri Motor, affectionately called the Tin Goose, the first all-metal passenger plane built in the United States. Only one hundred ninety-nine were ever manufactured, but they launched regular scheduled flights in America, introducing almost everything we have in air travel today-from stewardesses to concrete runways in airports. All major airlines started with this plane. Byrd flew to the South Pole in one. FDR dreamed up the New Deal flying in another to the Chicago convention where he was nominated for president. In a Ford Tri-Motor, Lindbergh inaugurated the first transcontinental air service. And when speedier Boeings and Douglases pushed the Ford Tri-Motor off the major air routes, the Tin Goose kept flying commercially for another fifty years, barnstorming from city to city giving hundreds of thousands of Americans their first plane ride, dusting crops and fire-fighting in the Midwest, and hauling freight and passengers into remote Central American jungles and over the Andes. This revised and updated edition of The Saga of the Tin Goose relates the story of this remarkable plane from its 1920s beginnings to the present, and tells where you can see and fl y Ford Tri-Motors today. 'This is not only the story of Mr. Ford's venerable Trimotor, it is a highly readable and complete history of commercial aviation and scheduled airlines...' -AVIATION 'Airplane buffs will find plenty of detail on the design and performance of the Trimotor and other famous planes... This tightly organized, factual presentation, enhanced by old photographs, conveys a sense of the precariousness of early aviation...' -THE KIRKUS REVIEWS 'David Ansel Weiss has written lovingly and with a professional storyteller skill of the almost-legendary plane that changed fl edgling aviation's fl y-by-night operations into the giant airline industry of today.' -ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.05.2020
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