Aircraft Aerodynamics

Aircraft Aerodynamics

Aircraft aerodynamics is the branch of aerodynamics of moving the planes on the air. The airfoil shape of an airplane's wings it tends the airplane to lift and makes it possible for the airplane to fly. As an airplane's wings are curved on the top and flatter on the bottom of the plane, air flows over the top of the wing more than below the wing which results in the less air pressure above the wing.Lift is the upward acting force, that is required to hold an aircraft in the air. This force is mostly generated by the wings of the aircraft. Thrust is a forward force required to overcome the opposite drag force and move an aircraft forward.Drag or air resistance is a force that resists or pulls back on the movement of an aircraft through air by acting opposite to the direction of movement.


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