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What makes a plane fly?

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invisibe_dude Offline referral

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I am curious to learn about what makes airplane to stay in the air or fly, what forces are involved in the flight?
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Well you have to read a book on principles of flight! But Basically the flight is possible because of the pressure difference between upper and lower camber. You have low pressure on top of the wing and higher pressure below the wing and that creates lift! Low pressure on top of the wing is created by air that moves faster in comprising to how it moved under the wing, it's called "Venturi effect" that states if Air speed increases pressure decreases. The air moves faster on top of the wing because of its curved shape!
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The thing that makes plane fly is called jet fuel lol Smile
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The speed of the plane and the shape of the wing. This creates differing air pressures on the top and bottom of the wing. This is what is called "lift". That, in simple terms, makes a plane fly.
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@kaamil20 great reply looks like you know a few things about plains! Do you have PMDG 737NGX if you do I can help you with it pretty much everything you want from programing CDU/FMC to performance like CG, take-off and landing weight, fuels calculation!





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