Outline - 2 Rudder a How controlled b What for II What...

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OUTLINE Thesis: Since the dawn of man, it has been the dream of man to soar above the clouds as birds. Then the airplane was invented. What is it that makes a huge mass of metal that weighs so much fly? How is it that a person pilots such as ingenious invention? I. The Main Parts A. Fuselage 1. What’s attached 2. Passengers 3. Baggage 4. Pilot/ Controls B. Propeller 1. Fix-pitched 2. Direct drive C. Engine 1. How controlled 2. Basic function 3. Fuel/Air Ratio D. Wings 1. Ailerons a) How controlled b) What for 2. Flaps a) How controlled b) What for 3. Fuel E. Landing Gear 1. Nose Wheel a) How to steer b) NO brake 2. Main wheel
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a) Land First b) Has brake F. Tail 1. Elevator a) How controlled b) What for
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Rudder a) How controlled b) What for II. What makes the plane fly and not A. Forces and Principals 1. Bernoulli’s Principle a) Discovery b) Low pressure = high speed 2. Properties of a Wing a) Camber (1) The curve of the wing (2) Where the low pressure is created b) Chord line c) Relative wind d) Angle of attack 3. The stall a) Wind direction b) Chord line c) Angle of attack d) Slow progression III. Controlling the plane A. How to turn 1. The ailerons 2. Rudder 3. Elevator B. How to climb 1. Power 2. Elevator 3. Rudder C. How to descend 1. Power 2. Elevator 3. Rudder...
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