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Why the plane can fly?
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Maybe you have ever thought and asked yourself or asked someone else, "Why can an airplane fly?" Airplanes have very heavy weights, but why can planes fly far into the air? Is it because as the name implies, why can you fly? Yes ... to answer that question, please refer to some reasons, the basics and the theory of why the plane can fly.

The aircraft can fly because there is momentum from the horizontal drive of the aircraft engine (Engine), then the engine boost will cause a difference in the velocity of the air flow below and above the wing of the aircraft. The air velocity above the wing will be larger than below the wing because the distance of the air layer that flows over the wing is greater than the distance below the wing, the travel time of the air layer through the upper wing and under the wing is the same. According to Bernoully's law, large air velocities cause small air pressure. so that the air pressure under the wing becomes larger than the upper wing of the aircraft. So that the lift will arise which makes the plane fly.

There are several main parts of the aircraft that make the plane fly perfectly, including the following:

1. The fuselage is included in it; Cockpit and passenger space (Passenger).

2. Wing (Wing), there is an Aileron function to "Rolling" the plane tilted left - right and Flap to increase the area of ​​the wing (Coefficient Lift) which is useful to increase the lift force of the aircraft.

3. Wing tail (Horizontal Stabilazer), there is an elevator functioning for "pitching" nose UP - DOWN.

4. Upright fin (Vertical Stabilizer), there is a Rudder function for "Yawing" turn left - right.

5. Engine (Engine), functions as Thrust or thrust force that produces aircraft speed.

6. Landing Gear, serves to land / landing or take off / Take-off.

Basically if the plane is flying it always combines the control functions above, for example; if the plane turns right or left, then the Aileron and Rudder are driven, so while turning the plane is tilted so that the turn turns shorter, which can save time and save fuel consumption

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Why can an airplane fly in the air, I will explain how the aircraft engine works and why it can fly freely on the clouds even though it is filled with hundreds of passengers and has a very heavy weight.

Basically, to understand how airplanes can fly we must open our memories of the physics we have learned in school. The earth has a gravitational force that makes every object above it fall to the ground. Second, there is a style called the Aerodynamic Force, which is a lift that can be generated. In this context, the aerodynamic force occurs because of the thrust force of the engine used by the aircraft. Both the Gravity and Aerodynamic forces contradict each other. The aircraft engine in overcoming these two opposing forces. There is a thrust force from a very large aircraft engine, and even greater than the drag force that makes the aircraft have a very large speed. The reason why the plane can fly even though it has a very heavy weight. A very large thrust force creates horizontal momentum. Moreover, aircraft engines that are attached to the wing have enormous power. The airspeed above the wing is much larger than the speed of the air at the bottom of the wing. Large air velocities produce small pressures. The air below will become larger and there will be a lift force that can make the aircraft fly. Thanks to the lifting force and horizontal momentum, the plane can fly or swoop up. What about planes that have large bodies? no matter how big or heavy the fuselage, as long as the aircraft engine exerts enormous power, the aircraft can stay up and fly.

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Airplanes can fly (air) because there is a Thrust Force from the Engine that is much larger than the Drag Force so that the aircraft can travel at a certain speed and cause an Aerodynamic Style, which is the Lift Force bigger than Gravity Style (Weight) so it can lift the aircraft to fly.

Lifting force (lift) on the wings (and the plane as a whole) arises as a result of differences in the speed of air flow on the wing, whose construction is designed in such a way (Aerofoil), giving rise to differences in air pressure at the top and at the bottom of the wing.

In order for the aircraft to be controlled as desired and can fly to its destination, the aircraft is equipped with Control Devices, namely Elevators, Rudder, and Aileron, which are controlled by the Pilot of the control room (Cockpit).
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Style that causes the aircraft to fly
Instead, on the surface of this earth every object weighing heavier than air (heavier than air) will be towards the earth because this phenomenon is subject to the law of gravity () To keep the object in place and not fall to the earth, it takes force (Force) as much as Gravity Style (G-Force) arising from the object, which is called daily weight. This applies also to an airplane as an object heavier than air.

The forces acting on an airplane consist of: 

(1) Thrust Force (Thrust) which pushes the plane forward, 

(2) The Inhibitory Force (Drag) which is toward the rear of the plane, in contrast to Push Style, 

(3) Lifting Force (Lift) that lifts the aircraft upward, and 

(4) Gravity force that works on the plane causing a weight that always goes down,

Then so that the plane can fly (air) against the Earth's Gravity Force, then there must be a force greater than the Gravity Force (its weight) that works on the plane. Style To fight Gravity (Weight) Style on an aircraft is Lift Force (Lift) produced by the wing as a result of Thrust Force from the engine (Engine) of the aircraft, either from Propeller or Jet (Jet Propulsion), the amount of which must be far greater than the Drag Force.

Mechanism of Emergence of Lifting Style on the Wing


Thrust force originating from the aircraft engine and much larger than the drag force will push the plane forward.

forward at a certain speed. This will lead to an aerodynamic force on the wing whose shape is designed in such a way (Aerofoil) that it can cause lift (lift) style on the wing

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Style that causes the aircraft to fly
Instead, on the surface of this earth every object weighing heavier than air (heavier than air) will be towards the earth because this phenomenon is subject to the law of gravity () To keep the object in place and not fall to the earth, it takes force (Force) as much as Gravity Style (G-Force) arising from the object, which is called daily weight. This applies also to an airplane as an object heavier than air.

The forces acting on an airplane consist of: 

(1) Thrust Force (Thrust) which pushes the plane forward, 

(2) The Inhibitory Force (Drag) which is toward the rear of the plane, in contrast to Push Style, 

(3) Lifting Force (Lift) that lifts the aircraft upward, and 

(4) Gravity force that works on the plane causing a weight that always goes down,

Then so that the plane can fly (air) against the Earth's Gravity Force, then there must be a force greater than the Gravity Force (its weight) that works on the plane. Style To fight Gravity (Weight) Style on an aircraft is Lift Force (Lift) produced by the wing as a result of Thrust Force from the engine (Engine) of the aircraft, either from Propeller or Jet (Jet Propulsion), the amount of which must be far greater than the Drag Force.

Mechanism of Emergence of Lifting Style on the Wing


Thrust force originating from the aircraft engine and much larger than the drag force will push the plane forward.

forward at a certain speed. This will lead to an aerodynamic force on the wing whose shape is designed in such a way (Aerofoil) that it can cause lift (lift) style on the wing

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Aeroplane fly when air moves faster the pressure of the air decrease and we see a aeroplane is flying in the sky.

Airplane wings are shaped to make air move faster over the top of the wing. When air moves faster, the pressure of the air decreases. So the pressure on the top of the wing is less than the pressure on the bottom of the wing. The difference in pressure creates a force on the wing that lifts the wing up into the air.

Aeroplane has two wings to fly in the air and it has a pilot who can drive the aeroplane in which direction it should me moved.

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Dhiraj patel

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A plane is a flying machine with a settled or variable wings intended for flying and is for the most part fueled by motors. It gets the neccessary lift drive because of its wings and get the propulsive power from the motors. Right off the bat, let us think about how the enormous air ship gets lifted open to question. 

The Standard of Lifting power of Air ships: A plane lifts not yet decided because of the tremendous streamlined lift given by its wings. The wings are in the state of an Airfoil. On the off chance that we see the cross-area of the wing unmistakably, we will find that the upper surface of the wing or the airfoil is bended fit as a fiddle, than the lower surface. At the point when the plane travels through the air, the wind current past around it. At the point when this rapid streaming air strikes the upper surface of the wing, it alters its course and also its speed. 

Likewise, the air through the lower surface of the wing moves nearly slower than the quality of the upper surface. 

The rapid air has less weight and also, the low speed air has high weight. In this manner, we see that that the base surface has high weight and upper surface has low weight. This weight distinction between the upler and lower surface makes a power called Streamlined Lift or basically Lift. This rule is ordinarily known as Bernoulli's Guideline.

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