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Why does the higher pressure of air underneath an aeroplane wing keep it flying?
With aeroplane flight, the wings are shaped so that the air that goes over the top of the wing has to travel faster than the air that goes below the wing. This means that the air below the wing has ...
Apr 22 '12 at 16:29
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