Speed of an aircraft noted in terms of Mach number.
1 Mach = Speed of the Sound
But the speed of the sound will change according to the atmospheric condition, For example speed of the sound at sea level atmospheric conditions is 340 km/h at 10000 m is Continue reading “Speed of an Aircraft”
To drive (fly) the aircraft to the desired location we need control surfaces and also to recover the aircraft from disturbed position to stable position we need stabilizers and control surfaces,
The primary control surfaces of the aircraft are:
AILERON: FOR ROLLING
Ailerons are placed near the edge of the wings (the longitudinal stabilizer). Both ailerons have counter motions to say if the right aileron goes up then the left one will go down and Continue reading “Primary Control Surfaces of an Aircraft”
Lift is the upward force produced by the air on wing because of the shape (Airfoil) of the wing. Lift is the one which keeps the aircraft on air against gravity, At the time of Takeoff lift is more than the weight of the aircraft, While cruising lift is equal to the weight of the Continue reading “Aircraft Lift:”
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