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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Airplanes! The Phonetic Alphabet! Pilots use the phonetic alphabet to communicate with control towersand each other. They use it so the control tower doesn't confuse a letter with another letter.If they confuse letters they could be giving permissionto leave or land to the wrong plane. Airplane Parts and Functions! Yaw- rotation around the vertical axis.Controlled by the rudder.Roll- rotation around the front-to-back axis.Controlled by the ailerons.Pitch-rotation around the side-to-side axis.Controlled by the elevators. This is gravity.Gravity pulls the plane towards the ground. This is thrust.Thrust pushes the plane forwards. This is lift.Lift lifts the plane up. This is drag.Drag slows the plane down. The Four Forces of Flight! Web. 10 Feb. 2015. <>. "Roll, Pitch, and Yaw | How Things Fly." Roll, Pitch, and Yaw | How Things Fly. Web. 10 Feb. 2015. <>. "Parts of Airplane." Parts of Airplane. Web. 10 Feb. 2015. <>. Spilsbury, Richard, and Louise Spilsbury. The Airplane. Chicago, Ill.: Heinemann Library, 2011. Print. Sources! All the forces must work in unisonin order for the plane to be balanced.More lift=more gravity and more thrust=more drag. Airplanes soar above the clouds every day. They're made of metal and are filled with people or supplies, so howdo they do it? Airfoil How Does Air Flow Over An Airfoil? An airfoil is the same thing as a wing.The air foil splits the wind in half.Low pressure, fast moving air is on top.Slow moving, high pressure air ends up on the bottom.The high pressure air pulls toward the low pressure air creating lift.
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