ACM66 - Basic Aerodynamics
EASA ACM Part 66 - Airplane, engl.
Understanding how a plane gets airborne, stays in the air in a controlled flight and lands safely is essential knowledge for any student in any area of aviation. The physics of the atmosphere and how the air flows around a fuselage or wing will make it easier for a mechanic or engineer to understand how the different aircraft/airfoil designs used depend on the primary mission of the aircraft. The methods to calculate thrust, lift, weight, thrust and drag and other flight conditions and procedures covered in this module are essential knowledge as well as flight stability and dynamics.
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