>NEW: Info to the keyword aviation | >discuss | >create link 
on Jul 1st 2002, 05:41:41, modig wrote the following about


Planes stay aloft because of the difference in air pressure below and above the wings. As a general rules if a fluid (air included) goes fast, the pressure goes down. So they make the air go faster on top of the plane's wings, and the pressure on top goes down. Then there is more pressure below than above, essentially pushing the plane up.

   user rating: +5
Write down something related to »aviation«!

Your name:
Your Associativity to »aviation«:
Do NOT enter anything here:
Do NOT change this input field:
 Configuration | Web-Blaster | Statistics | »aviation« | FAQ | Home Page 
0.0048 (0.0026, 0.0007) sek. –– 113221244