Aerodynamics and propulsion
, Research Paper
...drag as an aircraft gains altitude? As discussed previously, the fluid’s temperature, density, speed, viscosity, as well as the shape of the object, surface roughness and angle of attack, amongst other things, have a say in the determination of the lift forces. Let us now discuss the effects of a few these parameters... ?Aerodynamics and Propulsion Principles a) Explain how lift force is generated (include a sketch of a typical cambered aerofoil)? Lift is a force generally associated with an object moving inside the fluid, with the direction being either vertical or in some cases, perpendicular to the direction of motion. A classic example of where lift is used is the wings of an aircraft. As the...