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The life long questions of mine

12.8k Botfinder  8 months ago

At what point do Vertical stabilizers become ridiculous and pointless??

How fast is to fast for jet engines?

Are Jets Just low altitude Rockets?

Are helicopters just inverted prop-planes?

Why did I feel obligated to make this stupid list of questions??

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    14.3k SyntheticL

    @exosuit true.

    8 months ago
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    17.5k exosuit

    @UFNNICF5TF but it's stored internally
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    while airplanes need the air in the atmosphere to properly function

    8 months ago
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    14.3k SyntheticL

    @exosuit rockets needs oxygen to function(liquid fuel rockets).

    8 months ago
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    17.5k exosuit
    1. when making a tailless airplane
    2. when the air is moving too fast for the engine to feed
    3. rockets don't need air to function
    4. no. because then i can say that jet planes are flame throwing prop planes
    5. because you can
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      actually a flame throwing prop plane can be a viable term because it's rolling thunder down in 'nam
    8 months ago
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    14.3k SyntheticL

    1) No, vertical stabilizers is not pointless. Even B-2 got a vertical stabilizer.(Gear bay door).
    2)wdym? if u mean the maximum possible speed of a jet powered plane, 10 machs.
    3)No.
    4)No. Prop planes uses wings for generate lifting power, Helicopters does not.
    5)idk.

    8 months ago
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    4,117 Wi1dSk7

    All of these can be answered by University of Youtube.

    +1 8 months ago