Transcript: modern day Silvia juliana arenas álzate Luisa maria fernandez ruis 10c 2012 A fixed wing aircraft is an aircraft capable of flight using wings that generate lift due to the vehicle's forward airspeed and the shape of the wings. Fixed-wing aircraft are distinct from rotary-wing aircraft in which the wings form a rotor mounted on a spinning shaft and ornithopters in which the wings are hinged, allowing them to flap in similar manner to a bird. Today, fixed-wing aircraft fly between many cities all over the world, bringing people and cargo. Big cities usually have an international airport, which is the place where fixed-wing aircraft can land and take off safely. Some large cities like New York City and London have more than one airport. Two large makers of fixed-wing aircraft are Airbus and Boeing. Advances in technology have made fixed-wing aircraft more efficient in recent years. Things like winglets and more efficient turbofans have helped to do this. A steam-powered unmanned fixed-wing aircraft, that weighed 9 lbs., was built by John Stringfellow, in Chard, Somerset, England in 1848. It could fly by itself without needing to be dropped from high up. There were gliders before this, but they had to fly by being pushed off a building or hill. The first man who flew (that is: took off, steered and landed) a motor-powered fixed wing aircraft was Orville Wright in 1903 in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA. aeroplane aeroplane history
Transcript: -It's a transport that his objective is go to one airport to another by the air -To achieve this is necessary a eficient motors, aerodinamic vehicle, and many systems that we are going to mention now -Transport spices In the actualty he uses for different thinks: Funcion First Plane -Seaplane INTRODUCTION BIBLIOGRAPHY Conclusions Angle of incidence - Third part Commandament www.manualvuelo.com/PBV/PBV13.html www.explainthatstuff.com/howplaneswork.html www.wordreference.com https://www.explainthatstuff.com/jetengine.html https://www.livescience.com/7109-planes-fly.html In the air His invention HOW DO PLANES FLY? (LIFT) FORCES 1- PARTS OF THE PLANE 2- FORCES 3- ENGINES 4- WINGS 5- HOW DO PLANES FLY? 6- IN THE AIR 7- COMMANDMENT 8- LANDING 9- CONCLUSIONS 10- LAST PHRASE Landing ENGINES The form of the wing surface of the wing density of the air velocity of the relative wind angle of attack WHEN EVERYTHING SEEMS TO BE AGAINST YOU, REMEMBER THAT THE AIRPLANE TAKES OFF AGAINST THE WIND, NOT WITH IT. ANGLES FUSELAGE WINGS Engines Types of plane INDEX Different planes: Yaw FACTORS ACTION -> REACTION WINGS PARTS OF THE PLANE STABILIZERS Pitch -All the parts of the wings used by direction the plane ailerons: Uses to " rolling" or backing" -Aileron goes down----- in the same direction but when goes up ----- goes in the opositte direction (also it uses to slow down or take velocity) -Flaps and slaps: Up and down What is a airplane? AIRPLANES Angle of attack Planes in comercial airport: How does it work? -For many years, the human was imagine that one day he would fly -The first men that he get on fly with an object was Jean-Francois. He used the designs of Leonardo da Vinci (XV) -But the first "plane" was a planer that was created in 1883 by John Mohnomery COCKPIT -He has an easy motor -Simple estructure -Easy and lights materials Control weel---- Aleron rudder ------ steering Bea Sotelo Marta Muñoz Hug Plans - Second part -Transport people One of the most important part of the plane -> Total Forces = 0 -Policy and army planes -Divided in three parts -first part Company Logo
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Transcript: name: Silvia juliana arenas ALZATE Luisa maria fernandez RUIZ grade:10ºC AEROPLANA AEROPLAN A fixed-wing aircraft, more often called an aeroplane or airplane is a kind of aircraft. An aircraft is a machine that can fly, but is heavier than air. Fixed-wing aircraft are sometimes called just planes. All fixed-wing aircraft have wings. Gliders are fixed-wing aircraft that do not have engines.
Transcript: The first aerial circumnavigation of the world was conducted in 1924 by a team of aviators of the United States Army. The trip took 175 days, covering over 44,342 km. The first aeroplane What is it? The impact in the history was that people could travel longer distances with the aeroplane in less time. The airplane has changed the world in many ways: - The world is more connected and globalized (cultures but also businesses). - Warfare: Now there is air force. - Space travel is posible thanks to this invention and the study of aeronautics of the planet’s atmosphere. Wilburg Wright the aeroplane Biography Born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1871, Orville Wright and his elder brother, Wilbur Wright, were the inventors of the world's first successful airplane. The brothers successfully conducted the first free, controlled flight of a power-driven airplane on December 17, 1903. They subsequently became successful businessmen, filling contracts for airplanes in both Europe and the United States. An airplane is a flying vehicle that has fixed wings and engines or propellers that thrust it forward through the air. It's most common when you travel long distances to take an airplane. the impact in the history wright flyer First round the world flight Oville Wright By: Jan Campoy and Carla Martí
Transcript: Should Look Like This Goal Make Square Like FLY! Unfold Phase 3 . . . Fold in Half Then... Take The New Corners Do This Both Sides Fold in Half Down with Triangles on Outside Wiggle and Fold Inwards Make The Wings Repeat on Other Side Phase 2 Aeroplane? Phase 1 Fold Them Out Open Up Fold Along Red Line Then Close Plane
Transcript: the picture of traditional plane AEROPLANE The human activity that surrounds aircraft is called aviation. Crewed aircraft are flown by an onboard pilot, but unmanned aerial vehicles may be remotely controlled or self-controlled by onboard computers. Aircraft may be classified by different criteria, such as lift type, propulsion, usage and others. picture of future plane Planes An aircraft is a machine that is able to fly by gaining support from the air, or, in general, the atmosphere of a planet. It counters the force of gravity by using either static lift or by using the dynamic lift of an airfoil or in a few cases the downward thrust from jet engines.
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