Why can a helicopter fly at all?

Part 1: Introduction and Buoyancy This part is the first of a few to answer the question of why a helicopter can now fly. The series is based on the e-book of the same name written by Florian Gronau and myself. However, the entire e-book is too long for a single blog post, which is why we have small, easily digestible [...]

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[: en] Why can a helicopter fly at all?

"width =" 576 "height =" 374 "/> Figure 3: The early predecessor of the Airbus A380 here on a secret photo [/ caption] Conclusion The low pressure of the air molecules on the top of the profile is comparable to countless rather weakly pressing fingers, while the higher pressure on the underside of the profile is comparable to the same number of fingers pressing harder. The resulting pressure difference [...]

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