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Unformatted text preview: back)s-Outer wing o If angle of attack is repositioned to twist forward, now air passes over wing so that lift has a forward component-Slowing down o Go into stalled flight (15 degree angle of attack) o Causes detached flow because packets of air unable to remain attached o Severe turbulence reduces lift-Gliding Flight o Wings out, stiff, rely on wings and air currents-Flapping flight o But not increased spread directly from this-Look at tail...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course BIO 470 taught by Professor Dr.lukebutler during the Spring '12 term at TCNJ.
- Spring '12