## Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Have you ever thought how wings of an aircraft work ? How do they produce incredible amount of lift ? Airfoil technology helped human beings to fly. Airplane wing works due to the interesting fluid mechanics behind the airfoils. Wind Turbines, gas turbines and hydraulic machines, all work on the principles of airfoil.  This video will unveil the physics behind the simple shape that revolutionized the engineering world.

Working of airfoil is explained here with help of Coanda effect and flow curvature principle. The drawback of argument based on Bernoulli's prinicple demonstrated here both experimentally and theoretically.

We all know that wings work to create lift. This phenomenon can be explained using the Bernoulli's Principle or Newton's 3rd Law of Motion. Each explain lift as well as the other, but in this video we will examine how Newton's 3rd Law of Motion can be used to demonstrate lift. Specifically how lift is caused by the pushing and pulling air downward. We also examine the Coanda effect and the role it plays in creating lift.

Have you ever thought how wings of an aircraft work ? How do they produce incredible amount of lift ? Airfoil technology helped human beings to fly. Airplane wing works due to the interesting fluid mechanics behind the airfoils. Wind Turbines, gas turbines and hydraulic machines, all work on the principles of airfoil.  This video will unveil the physics behind the simple shape that revolutionized the engineering world.

Working of airfoil is explained here with help of Coanda effect and flow curvature principle. The drawback of argument based on Bernoulli's prinicple demonstrated here both experimentally and theoretically.

We all know that wings work to create lift. This phenomenon can be explained using the Bernoulli's Principle or Newton's 3rd Law of Motion. Each explain lift as well as the other, but in this video we will examine how Newton's 3rd Law of Motion can be used to demonstrate lift. Specifically how lift is caused by the pushing and pulling air downward. We also examine the Coanda effect and the role it plays in creating lift.