Flight. Gliders. Balloons. Famous People. Laws. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. Air in motion. Wind.
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Air in motion
Any machine that is capable of flying through the air.
The force which retards the forward movement of an aircraft in flight.
Point where three axes come together
Center of gravity
The flow of air which moves opposite the flight path of an airplane.
Sailplane cadets use at Air Force Academy
Disrupts airflow over upper camber of the wing.
Divebrakes or spoilers
Average rate at which temperature decreases with an increase in altitude.
The art of staying aloft by exploiting the energy of the atmosphere.
A column of air that moves upward.
A form of wooden construction used in the baskets.
Another name for a basket.
Container that holds the hot air.
A measure of heat
British Thermal Unit or BTU
Material that covers the vent
Father and son who flew towards the sun
Daedulus and Icarus
Discovered relationship between pressure and fluids in motion.
Sir Isaac Newton
Two French brothers who created the first successful, manned hot air balloon
Made a flight over Paris on November 21, 1783.
Pilatre d’Rozier and Francois d’Arlandes
The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water, one degree celcius.
An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by some outside force.
Newton’s First Law of Motion.
CL X R X 1/2V2 X A
Also known as Bernoullian Lift
Dynamic lift is example of this Newton Law
Third Law of Motion