The fin was triangular and carried a short, curved, balanced rudder.
The tail unit had a braced tailplane and fin with balanced rudder.
There was a square topped, balanced rudder but no fin.
The balanced rudders and elevators were metal structures with the only fabric covering used on the aircraft.
The fin was smaller, with a rounded, balanced rudder.
The balanced rudder was much taller than the fin.
She carried a balanced rudder, which reduced the physical effort of turning the wheel.
The ships also had a balanced rudder which could be raised and lowered, creating additional stability like an extra keel.
The centerboard was long and shallow as was the balanced rudder.
Bellerophon carried the first balanced rudder in Royal Navy service.