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Old   September 18, 1998, 16:20
Default FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN AIRCRAFT FLIGHT.
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FARHAN SHEIKH
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HELLO FOLKS I HAVE TO DO SOME RESEARCH ON THE AERODYNAMICS OF A AEROPLANE FLIGHT.LIKE HOW A PLANE TAKES OFF BALANCES WITH WINGS AND LANDS.SIMILARLY THE PHYSICS PRICIPLES APPLIED TO THE SHAPE AND FLIGHT OF A AIRCRAFT.IF SOME ONE CAN HELP ME TO GIVE SOME RESOURCES OR WEBSITE WHERE THEY EXPLAIN THE FUNDAMENTAL ASSPECTS OF AN AEROPLANE ,I WILL GREATLY APPRECIATE THEIR HELP THANKS ALOT IN ADVANCE .
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Old   September 21, 1998, 04:25
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Jonas Larsson
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I'd recommend the web site Aeronautics Learning Laboratory for Science, Technology and Research provided by the Allstar Network, NASA. It is a very nice educational site with a lot of info on the history and theory of flight.
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Old   September 26, 1998, 13:58
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Vijay Thaker
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I suggest the book by Dr. J.D.Anderson Jr. : Introduction to Flight. It's a good book to start with.
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