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Greatest Achievement: Airplane

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Charlene Ballard

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1903- Wright Brothers
Thrust
Gravity
Drag
Lift
Forces that Make an Airplane Fly
Forward Force
Helps to produce lift
Created by propellers or jet engines
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1914- First Commercial Flight
St. Petersburg to Tampa Bay, Florida
The flight lasted 23 minutes
The Airplane: The Greatest Engineering Achievement

Presentation By: FEDDS Watching

www.airliners.net
Works against lift
Pulls plane to the ground
1930- The Jet Engine
When Things Go Bad
Charlene Ballard
Matt Garner
Sarah Klug
Brandon Summers
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1939- Heinkel 178 was developed in Germany and was the first plane to use the jet engine
Resistive force to thrust
Caused by friction from wind
boeingblogs.com
Airfoil
Bernoulli: High speed=Low Pressure
Air hits leading edge, splits, and rejoins
Faster over top, slower under bottom
Top of wing has lower pressure causing lift
Newtonian: Air is deflected off bottom of wing causing lift
Invented by Frank Whittle
WWII
Radar
Twin Engines
Mass Production
The Black Box
1969
Boeing developed the largest passenger plane at the time, the 747
TWA Flight 800
"Deadliest and most mysterious commercial air crash in U.S. aviation history" - CIA
We just saw and explosion up ahead of us...It just went down—to the water."-Captain David McClain
"Most expensive, complex, and costly air disaster"- CIA
Improvements
The Benefits of the Airplane
Cargo Transportation




http://avioners.net/
Thank You
The Benefits of The Airplane
Boeing 747-8F Freighter
Commercial Airline Industry
-41,821 airports in the world (2013)

-supports approximately 58.1 million jobs worldwide

-global net profit of $10.6 billion (2013)


The Benefits of The Airplane
Tourism
-52% of all international tourists travel by air

-9,706,403 total flights in 2013 from USA airports alone
The Airplane IS the
Greatest Achievement

http://lessonslearned.faa.gov
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References
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Fact Sheet: Economic & Social Benefits of Air Transport. International Air Transport
Association, 1 June 2014. Web. 20 Oct. 2014.

"Flights--All Carriers, All Airports." T-100 Segment Data. Bureau of Transportation
Statistics. Web. 21 Oct. 2014.

"History." Boeing: 747 Commercial Transport. Boeing, Web. 26 Oct. 2014.

“Improvements Resulting from NTSB’s Recommendations. National Transportation Safety
Board. National Transportation Safety Board. Web. 22 Oct. 2014

Pazmany, Ladislao. Light Airplane Design. San Diego, CA: Pazmany Aircraft, 1963. Print.

References
Reed, Jack W. “TWA Flight 800, Explosion Airblast Unexplained.” The Journal of the
Acoustical Society of America 114 (2003): Web. 22 Oct. 2014.

Shaw, Robert J. “Dynamics of Flight.” Dynamics of Flight. NASA, 12 June 2014. Web. 20
Oct. 2014.

Shaw, Robert J. "Engines." Engines. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 12
June 2014. Web. 26 Oct. 2014.

Tauss, Randolph M. The Crash of TWA Flight 800: Solving the Mystery of the “Missile
Sightings”. Central Intelligence Agency. Web. 22 Oct. 2014.

"The First Commercial Flight." The First Commercial Flight. N.p., 2009. Web. 23 Oct. 2014.

The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. Web. 20 Oct. 2014.

Thurston, David B. The World’s Most Significant and Magnificent Aircraft: Evolution of the
Modern Airplane. Warrendale, PA: Society of Automotive Engineers, 2000. Print.
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