Americans develop a plane that does not need to go down to the ground

A team of South American Institute of Lehigh is preparing a large unmanned aerial vehicle that is designed for continuous operations. Back in 1883 the Nobel Prize winner John Strutt, Baron Rayleigh physicist also nominated one constructive idea. John Strutt explored the mechanics of bird flight, namely, pelicans, and put forward the assumption that birds drew power for the flight from the difference of wind speeds, which in turn allowed them to soar in the sky without flapping their wings. Applying this technique of flight, which was designated as dynamic soaring, the aircraft could have, at least on a

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Americans develop a plane that does not need to go down to the ground

A team of South American Institute of Lehigh is preparing a large unmanned aerial vehicle that is designed for continuous operations. Back in 1883 the Nobel Prize winner John Strutt, Baron Rayleigh physicist also nominated one constructive idea. John Strutt explored the mechanics of bird flight, namely, pelicans, and put forward the assumption that birds drew power for the flight from the difference of wind speeds, which in turn allowed them to soar in the sky without flapping their wings. Applying this technique of flight, which was designated as dynamic soaring, the aircraft could have, at least on a

Continue reading Americans develop a plane that does not need to go down to the ground

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