How does the plane fly



Contents

  • 1 Wing Design
  • 2 speed
  • 3 Angle of attack
  • 4 Air intensity
  • 5 Height above sea level
  • 6 plane deviation

Wing design

The shape of the wing is of great importance in increasing the lift, and the lift increases with the increase in the surface area of ​​the wing

the speed

The higher the plane speed, the faster the air passes over the upper and lower surfaces of its wing, which increases the disintegration of the air parts that result in an increase in the lift.

Angle of attack

This angle is known as the angle at which the air dissolves into two parts. The greater the thickness of the attack angle (the greater the curvature at the top of the wing’s front), the greater the flow distance of the disjointed upper air parts from their speed and as a result increases the pressure difference that increases the lift.

The pilot controls the angle of attack, so when the pilot wants to increase the lift of the plane, the angle of attack increases

It is worth noting that when this angle is increased, the fragmented air parts cannot converge with the parts of the lower air due to the lack of lifting and the effect of gravity on the weight of the plane, but once the angle returns to its normal position, that is, less than 18 degrees in which the upper air parts converge with Lower yet

Dismantling the plane returns to its normal state of flight after the lifting is damaged

Height above sea level

Temperature and air pressure
Water vapor and moisture

Plane deflection

It is the rotation of the plane around the longitudinal axis when the steering wheel is moved

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