aircraft rigging

The final adjustment and alignment of the various component parts of an aircraft and its control surfaces so that all the surfaces have exactly correct angles in order that the aircraft and the systems give a proper aerodynamic response and exhibit design characteristics.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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