Sunday, May 29, 2011


The plane is the means of transport with fewer accidents and much faster than any other medium. The first flight led and driven over a device heavier than air was conducted in North Carolina in 1903 by the Wright brothers.
How to pilot it? The pilot controls the aircraft through the fins. Using foot pedals, the pilot moves the rudder, which turns the plane left or right. When pulled if the steering wheel moves up and when he pushes down. For most of the flight, modern aircraft are directed to the autopilot.
Take off and landing:These two manoeuvres are the most dangerous, because the slow, also decreases the lift. When the wheels touch the ground, there eliminate buoyancy to rise as the air brakes that increase air resistance. The plane experienced a sudden halt when the engines first expel the exhaust gases forward, contrary to what they do in flight, which slows down. When this has been made ​​smaller, the pilot activates the wheel brakes.

How do
you hold? The plane is sustained by the great speed of travel and the profile of wings that are curved above and flat below. A plane can not stand still for what the off needs to speed up the lifting force created by the pressure difference is greater than its weight.
Finally, we are making plans to develop new aircraft capable of travelling routes as Paris-Tokyo in Pocoma as three hours. They are hypersonic aircraft that travel at speeds above Mach 5 and up to 25 Mach speed at which one could go around the world in less than an hour.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Dani
    I still don't understand very well why planes fly and do not fall on the ground! But, thank you anyway!