WHAT ARE THE FORCES WHICH KEEP A FLYING PLANE IN A
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Answer / darshankumar
Gyroscopic couple balances the plane moment in air during
takeoff,landingg & turning
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Answer / sadique rizvi
The forces which keep a flying plane in equilebrim are LIFT,WEIGHT,THRUST,AND DRAG....More over for a equilebrim LIFT=WEIGHT AND THRUST=DRAG
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Answer / hariteja jyosyula
Due to Bernoulli's principle(i.e, the plane wings top have
low pressure and the bottom wing experiences high pressure
as a result the pressure always go from high to low)the
plane go up and the gravity by earth make the plane in
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Answer / sumantra bhattacharya
for level flight lift is balanced by weight and thrust is
balanced by drag, hence then whole system become stable
w.r.t to force and for moments , inherently stable aircraft
are designed in a way that the pitching moment is balanced
by horizontal stabilizer , elevator may be deflected for
trim at certain velocities where i'm not changing the moment
curve slope , and for roll and yaw stability both aileron
and rudder may be used as they are cross coupled. Aids in
roll and yaw stability may be provided by high wing, sweep
back, dihedral wings etc
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Answer / prasad
THE LIFT FORCE AND DRAG FORCE KEEP A FLYING PLANE IN
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