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I love how Sunmi looks like a demon because her eyes look completely black here lol
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#Q: Who is your bias in AOA?
I just really want to be besties with Jimin, she seems to be such a nice person to hang around with
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🛩️When an airplane is flying straight and level, the total lift is acting perpendicular to the wings and to the Earth. As the airplane is banked into a turn, total lift is the resultant of two components: vertical and horizontal. The vertical lift component continues to act perpendicular to the Earth and opposes gravity. The horizontal lift component acts parallel to the Earth’s surface opposing centrifugal force. These two lift components act at right angles to each other, causing the resultant total lifting force to act perpendicular to the banked wing of the airplane. It is the horizontal lift component that begins to turn the airplane and not the rudder
🛩️In constant altitude, constant airspeed turns, it is necessary to increase the AOA of the wing when rolling into the turn by increasing back pressure on the elevator, as well as the addition of power to counter the loss of speed due to increased drag. This is required because total lift has divided into vertical and horizontal components of lift
🛩️In order to maintain altitude, the total lift (since total lift acts perpendicular to the wing) must be increased to meet the vertical component of lift requirements (to balance weight and load factor) for level flight. The purpose of the rudder in a turn is to coordinate the turn. As lift increases, so does drag. When the pilot deflects the ailerons to bank the airplane, both lift and drag are increased on the rising wing and, simultaneously, lift and drag are decreased on the lowering wing. This increased drag on the rising wing and decreased drag on the lowering wing results in the airplane yawing opposite to the direction of turn. To counteract this adverse yaw, rudder pressure is applied simultaneously with aileron in the desired direction of turn. This action is required to produce a coordinated turn
Hiiiii guys I’m back after 3 months lol. If you guys didn’t know, I was in South Korea for 2 months. It was so much fun☺️. Anyways I hope you guys like my cover♥️ probably one of my favorite ones I’ve done. .