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Air & aerodynamics

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Transcript of Air & aerodynamics

Air & aerodynamics
How it flies
They used different methods for the propelling: the glider was towed by a steam automobile that reached a constant speed of 50 km/hour. The structure of the plane was made of wood, the wings were covered by a blanket hardened with engrudo (wheat paste) and the landing gear was adapted from steel tubes and bicycle wheels.

The gliders were hidden to avoid someone else stealing their design, they covered the gliders with linen cloths.The tests were performed at different hours, mainly at dawn, because the gliders were severely damaged after each flight.

Where they live
Preditors and prey
Aldasoro brothers
Aldasoro brothers
Juan Pablo Aldasoro was born on September 14, 1893 and Eduardo Aldasoro was born on October 27, 1894. Juan Pablo Aldasoro and Eduardo Aldasoro were aviation pioneers.The inseparable brothers alternated their studies of carrying out with their vocation being mechanics and a passion for flying.

Aldasoro's plane
Did You know
The Blue Jay’s feathers aren't  actually blue.  it is the result of distorted light.

Blue Jays are a slower flying bird. It can make them easy prey for hawks and owls.

These birds have been known to go find something white to put on the outside of their nests.

Blue Jays are known to take and eat eggs and nestlings of other birds

The oldest known wild, banded Blue Jay lived to be at least 17 years 6 months old.


How a Blue Jay flies
The blue jay is a type of bird with
blue feathers. The blue jay flies because of the way its wings are shaped and the weight of the wings. The wings are feather-covered  which are attached to
the body of the bird by bone, muscle, and
ligaments.


How they contributed to flight
When the airplane was finished, Madero's War Minister General inspected the plane very carefully. He decided that before testing it, Juan Pablo and Eduardo Aldasoro should be granted a scholarship by the Government of Mexico to attend the Moisant aviation school in New York. the Aldasoro brothers, joined in action, traveled to the USA and were the first Mexicans to graduate as pilots on March 12, 1913. On the graduation day, the authorities authorized one of the recent pilots to fly over the Statue of Liberty. Juan Pablo won the draw and took off the training fields at Long Island NY, he completed the flight, above the waters with total control and security, he reached the Statue, and returned to the fields as the first man to fly over the statue of liberty.

In 1908 they started designing and constructing their first glider. They achieved amazing results as they managed to fly about one hundred meters in their own designed gliders.

What the blue jay looks like
Blue Jay
Blue Jays measures 22–30 cm  from bill
to tail and weighs 70–100 g , with a
wingspan of 34–43 cm. Blue jays live up to 7 years of age
their average weight is 70-100g

The Blue Jay lives in southern Canada,  
eastern and central USA south,  Florida,
and northeastern Texas.  

Predators of the Blue Jay includes:
tree squirrels, snakes, cats, crows, raccoons, and possums.

The blue jay often prey on hawks, owls, and falcons, and insects .

The blue jay is  blue with a white chest and under parts, and a blue crest. It has a black, U-shaped collar around its neck and blue feathers on the tail. It has a thick black beak and black legs and feet.

http://www.grandpas-backyard-fun.com/blue-jay.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Jay

Wikipedia

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http://earlyaviators.com/ealdaedu.htm

Sources
by: Chidera
Thanks 4 Watching
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