I'm trying to calculate lift force of a particular object I'm working with. However, I can't find much information on how much force is required for an object to stay in flight though.
My questions is, is lift force proportional to size?
Lets say we put a two planes in an earth like atmosphere. The first plane has these dimensions length- 250 ft, width- 63 ft, wingspan- 224 ft, lift coefficient- 1 velocity- 600 mph
2nd plane has these dimensions length- 100 ft, width- 25 ft, wingspan- 89 ft, lift coefficient- 1 velocity- 600 mph
Would these two theoretical planes have proportional lift force compared to each other. Or would the lift force of the 1st plane be much larger compared to its size than the smaller plane?
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