Subject: If the temp. of an airplane's wing upper sfc. were reduced - more lift?
Date: Mon Jan 20 17:38:19 2003
Posted by josh freund
Grade level: undergrad
School: University of North Dakota
City: Grand Forks State/Province: ND
Area of science: Physics
I am trying to determine the effect air (or skin surface) temperature has on
the production of lift and/or reduction of (air) pressure on the upper surface
of an airfoil. A related question would be - does "air" experience surface
tension as water does??
Re: If the temp. of an airplane's wing upper sfc. were reduced - more lift?
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