Duration: 6M 21S Likes: 2240 DisLikes: 53 Rating: 9.77 / 10
Views: 494683 Description: Ever wonder How an Airplane flies and can travel up to 13000Kms without stopping? This Whiteboard Animation video gives you an overview you'll definitely love.
The video tell you about 'The Aerodynamics of an Airplane' , 'Parts of an Airplane' & 'Controlling the Airplane'.
0:46 The Aerodynamic s of an Airplane. the Four aerodynamics of an Airplane are Drag, Thrust, Weight and Lift.
1:43 Jump to the Working on an Engine and How Thrust is Generated.
2:48 Part of an Airplane.
In this Section: I've explained about Wing, Stabilizers.
Airplane wings are shaped to make air move faster over the top of the wing. When air moves faster, the pressure of the air decreases. So the pressure on the top of the wing is less than the pressure on the bottom of the wing. The difference in pressure creates a force on the wing that lifts the wing up into the air.
3:35 Stabilizer. (Horizontal and Vertical Stabilizer)
Horizontal Stabilizer controls the Pitch
Vertical Stabilizer controls the Yaw
4:01 In Controlling the Airplane Section I've explained, how to control Yaw, Pitch and rolling motion by Elevator, Rudder and Ailerons.
4:14 Elevator (to control Pitch)
4:37 Ruder (to control Yaw)
5:00 Aileron: (to control\ the Rolling Motion of an Airplane.
I hope after watching this video, how does an Airplane fly won't be a Rocket Science anymore.
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