# How Does A Plane Take Off?

To understand the workings of a plane, it is important to consider the forces it encounters.

1. Thrust - is the force that moves the plane forward.
2. Weight - is the force that pulls the plane downward.
3. Drag - is the force that tends to stop the plane from moving forward.
4. Lift - is the force that keeps the plane in the air.

Of the aforementioned forces it is clear the lift played a major role in making the plane fly. The wings of the plane is responsible in producing this lift and how it came to be so can be deduced from its shape which is called the aerofoil.

As the air moves through the aerofoil, the air passing at the top moves faster than the air crossing underneath it. As the air goes passed the wing and due to its shape, the air moves in the downward motion. The difference in air speeds and the downward movement of the air causes a difference in air pressure between the top and bottom surface of the wing. There is low air pressure at the top and high air pressure underneath that causes the wing to be sucked up causing the lift.
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The air/wind has to do a lot with the plane taking off. As the plane starts to gain speed it has several characteristics to making it fly. One is downforce the downforce is the air moving accross the top of the plane. Now when the the planes wings move down the air of the bottom pushes up against the plane causing the plane to lift. The air of top goes down from that wind to the side of the airplane making it as though a bullet going through water-very smoothly.
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An airplane flies when its wings produce sufficient lifting force to life the weight of the airplane.  The amount of lift that a wing produces is the result of the speed at which wind is passing over its wings and the wing's angle of attack.  As the airplane travels down the runway, its speed is increasing and the speed of the wind passing over and under its wings is also increasing, producing more and more lift.  When the airplane is travelling fast enough, the pilot pulls back on the control wheel, which cause the airplane wing to increase its angle of attack.  The airplane now has sufficient lift to counteract the pull of gravity and the airplane lifts into the air.
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As the airplane speed across the run way, the airplanes wing disrupts the flow of the air. This disruption causes the air above the wings to move faster than below the wings. As the plane speeds up, this presser difference increases in till the lift is grater than the gravitational pull, then air plane takes off. To stay in the air the thrust must be grater than the force of drag and lift must be grater that the pull of gravity.
As an airplane moves forward, the shape its wing creates lower presser above the wing than below, yielding a net up ward force known as lift
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By drivingg reli reli fast then jumping off a cliff an surviving by goin on laststand then he gets revived an glitches it by doin an elevator so then its flying.
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It goes up the runway, the pilot pulls the thingamabob, and voila! You're in the air!
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