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Posted: July 3, 2006, 1:32 am - IP Logged

PAC:

Ever noticed an airplane taking off on a short runway?  Forty degrees of flaps?

Those flaps induce drag, while at the same time increasing the arc across the top of the wing.  Drag.  Resistance.  Short takeoff.

Ever noticed what happens when a pilot puts pressure on the left rudder pedal?  The rudder pulls  left interrupting the airworthiness .... resistance.  drag. 

Every control surface on an aircraft induces and reduces drag as a means of controlling the aircraft.  Resistance.

The resistance of the fluid (air) to the screw (propeller) moves the craft. And so on.

However, it's irrelevant, since the reference to aircraft was only a means of establishing a point.

Thanks for the comment.

Jack

I fully understand your point, however, the minimal requirements for flight do not require the use of resistance. They rely totally on low air pressure.

Sure, the person who chooses to take off on a short runway, will have to resort in making resistant adjustments, in order to achieve their goal, but in the basic take-off of a plane, one does not rely on resistance for flight.

General statement....General comment.......

I did say there were exceptions to that rule and that flight was not dependant on resistance when someone refers to flying in general, as I thought you were reffering to, not specific adjustments in flight characteristics.

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    Posted: July 3, 2006, 1:36 am - IP Logged

    PAC:

    Ever noticed an airplane taking off on a short runway?  Forty degrees of flaps?

    Those flaps induce drag, while at the same time increasing the arc across the top of the wing.  Drag.  Resistance.  Short takeoff.

    Ever noticed what happens when a pilot puts pressure on the left rudder pedal?  The rudder pulls  left interrupting the airworthiness .... resistance.  drag. 

    Every control surface on an aircraft induces and reduces drag as a means of controlling the aircraft.  Resistance.

    The resistance of the fluid (air) to the screw (propeller) moves the craft. And so on.

    However, it's irrelevant, since the reference to aircraft was only a means of establishing a point.

    Thanks for the comment.

    Jack

    I fully understand your point, however, the minimal requirements for flight do not require the use of resistance. They rely totally on low air pressure.

    Sure, the person who chooses to take off on a short runway, will have to resort in making resistant adjustments, in order to achieve their goal, but in the basic take-off of a plane, one does not rely on resistance for flight.

    General statement....General comment.......

    I did say there were exceptions to that rule and that flight was not dependant on resistance when someone refers to flying in general, as I thought you were reffering to, not specific adjustments in flight characteristics.

    Actually the reference, PAC, wasn't mine.  You are arguing aeronautical semantics with an I Ching computer software product programmed and written by people who might, or mightn't know as much about the physics of flight as you do.

    I'm a pilot, but I see no reason to attempt to change what you believe causes an airplane to fly, or doesn't.

    Jack

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      Posted: July 3, 2006, 1:40 am - IP Logged

      Ever noticed what happens when a pilot puts pressure on the left rudder pedal?  The rudder pulls  left interrupting the airworthiness .... resistance.  drag. 

      Nope......The plane is pulled to the left or right, just as the plane is pulled up. Lower air pressure either to the left or right, depending what pedal is pushed. Not drag.

      The only time drag is utilized is when the flaps are down on a plane during landing, and the body of the plane tilted upwards creating even more drag, until the deficiancy of wind (or resistance) slowly drops the plane down smoothly, just like the space shuttle does when it lands.

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        Posted: July 3, 2006, 1:43 am - IP Logged

        Thanks for the comment, PAC.

        J

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        It's about number behavior.

        Egos don't count.

         

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          Posted: July 3, 2006, 1:45 am - IP Logged

          I worked on 6 million dollar Naval A-3 Jets. I went to Aviation school in Millington Memphis, trying to pass a 2 year college course in not only the basics of aeronautics, but pumps and hydraulic systems. The course was condensed into 4 months.

          Na Na......Na Na Na Na......LOL

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            I worked on 6 million dollar Naval A-3 Jets. I went to Aviation school in Millington Memphis, trying to pass a 2 year college course in not only the basics of aeronautics, but pumps and hydraulic systems. The course was condensed into 4 months.

            Na Na......Na Na Na Na......LOL

            Jester

            I never jockeyed a jet, PAC.  Only fixed wing prop driven aircraft.  I bow to your superior knowledge.

            J

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            It's about number behavior.

            Egos don't count.

             

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              Posted: July 3, 2006, 1:56 am - IP Logged

               No Problem Jack......Just don't let it happen again...you hear????

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                Posted: July 3, 2006, 2:15 am - IP Logged

                There are have been, some wonderfull folks that came here and talked about their systems.

                They give hints, but not spoon fed us.

                They were angels.

                I have learned a lot from them, whilst others hurl insults and laugh or beg for more info.

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                But You gotta use your creative powers.

                I will not share the secrets I have learned, because I worked for it, asking, thinking and finally got it. Better Than Alanzo.

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                  Posted: July 3, 2006, 10:49 am - IP Logged

                   No Problem Jack......Just don't let it happen again...you hear????

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                  I'll take it under advisement, PAC.

                  J

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                  It's about number behavior.

                  Egos don't count.

                   

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