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airplane study

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Aerodynamics The force of air on an object moving through it.
Ailerons Control surfaces on an airplane wing that allow the pilot to control roll.
Bernoulli effect States that a fast-moving fluid exerts less pressure than a slow-moving fluid.
Drag The force of fluid friction on moving objects.
Fluid friction The cause of the resistance an object meets as it moves through air.
Force A push or pull that transfers energy to an object.
Gravity A force that pulls objects toward the center of the Earth.
Interia The tendecy of an object to remain still or to continue to move in the same atraight line unless an outside force acts on it.
Aero space The study of how things fly.
Airfoil A shape designed to speed up the air passing over the top surface.
Created by: shustey