aircraft classifications

aircraft classifications - DO NOW LESSON # 1. Identify 3...

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04:47:15 PM 04:47:15 PM DO NOW DO NOW LESSON # 1. Identify 3 major aerospace manufacturing companies. 2. Explain how a person such as your self can own part of an airline company.
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04:47:15 PM 04:47:15 PM . . Focus Point : How are Aircraft Classified? Instructional Objectives: (SWBAT): 1) Explain the 2 primary classes of aircraft. 2) Discuss types of heavier than air aircraft. 3) Identify 2 types of fixed wing aircraft. Lesson # 2  11/09/11 16:47
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04:47:15 PM 04:47:15 PM I) What are the two primary classes I) What are the two primary classes of aircrafts: of aircrafts: 1) Lighter-than air: 2) Heavier- than air:
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04:47:15 PM 04:47:15 PM 1) Lighter-than air: 1.Hydrogen was used (flammable gas). 2.Uses gas to keep it aloft 3.Eventually slighter heavier helium (non flammable) was used
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04:47:15 PM II) Lighter-than air: 1) Non-rigid: “free balloon” or “hot air balloon”, has no internal or external framework. Has no steering mechanism. 2) Rigid:
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course PHYSICS 121 taught by Professor Richardvanfleet during the Winter '09 term at BYU.

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aircraft classifications - DO NOW LESSON # 1. Identify 3...

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