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Transcript of commercial aircraft
For any airplane to fly, one must lift the weight of the airplane itself, the fuel, the passengers, and the cargo. The wings generate most of the lift to hold the plane in the air. To generate lift, the airplane must be pushed through the air. The air resists the motion in the form of aerodynamic drag. Modern airliners use winglets on the tips of the wings to reduce drag. The turbine engines, which are located beneath the wings, provide the thrust to overcome drag and push the airplane forward through the air. Smaller, low-speed airplanes use propellers for the propulsion system instead of turbine engines. Airbus A320 Airbus A380 David Barger
CIO since May 2007 Airbus A330 It is a long-range twin-engine plane, performs most of the routes between Europe and the U.S. and many in Latam Boeing 777 It is the latest jewel in the crown of Boeing, is a twin-engine plane very long-range wide-body, whose main rival is the A 340 and is one of the most technologically advanced aircraft Boeing 747 Thank you!
Question? The Boeing 737 is the most widely used aircraft in the world, made paths short and medium range, has two engines and the latest technology in the aviation industry with the recent launch of the latest model Boeing 767 Airbus A350 The A350 is first designed by Airbus aircraft where the fuselage and wing Both structures are Formed mainly by composites. It can carry 250-350 Between Passengers in three class configuration, Depending on the variant. It is the world's largest airline, has four engines and two plants all along its fuselage, is a far-reaching plane and fly in say it's all an experience It is possibly the world's most popular aircraft, known as "jumbo" is a four-engine plane far-reaching, whose main rival is the A 380. It is one of the world's most popular aircraft, routes used for short and medium range. It was the first twin-engine aircraft and full digitized It is one of the largest aircraft in the world, has four engines and takes very long haul routes, is one of the most technologically advanced aircraft Boeing 737 Airbus A340 It is a long-range twin-engine aircraft, intended to perform transoceanic routes is direct competition Airbus 330 Angela Martinez
Marco Céspedes By Commercial Aircraft Weight is the force generated by the gravitational attraction of the earth on the airplane.
We know when one thing is heavy and when another thing is light. But weight, the gravitational force, is fundamentally different from the aerodynamic forces, lift and drag. Aerodynamic forces are mechanical forces and the airplane has to be in physical contact with the the air which generates the force. The gravitational force is a field force; the source of the force does not have to be in physical contact with the object to generate a pull on the object. what is weight? Winglets were wind tunnel tested and computer analyzed inf NASA Langley Research Center in the mid 1970's. The Winglets
Drag is a mechanical force. It is generated by the interaction and contact of a solid body with a fluid (liquid or gas). It is not generated by a force field, in the sense of a gravitational field or an electromagnetic field, where one object can affect another object without being in physical contact.
Thrust is the force which moves an aircraft through the air. Thrust is used to overcome the drag of an airplane, and to overcome the weight of a rocket. Thrust is generated by the engines of the aircraft through some kind of propulsion system.
Thrust is a mechanical force, so the propulsion system must be in physical contact with a working fluid to produce thrust. Thrust is generated most often through the reaction of accelerating a mass of gas Drag Thrust Aircraft rotations An aircraft in flight is free to rotate in three dimensions: pitch, nose up or down about an axis running from wing to wing, yaw, nose left or right about an axis running up and down; and roll, rotation about an axis running from nose to tail. The axes are alternatively designated as lateral, vertical, and longitudinal. These axes move with the vehicle, and rotate relative to the Earth along with the craft. These definitions were analogously applied to spacecraft when the first manned spacecraft were designed in the late 1950s. aircraft types