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3 adapations on a bird

3 adapations on a bird

Tail used for steering, Hollow bones, powerful chestmucles

What does exerts mean?

What does exerts mean?

gives off

What are 5 other words for compressed?

What are 5 other words for compressed?

squished, contracted,squashed, Pressed,Squeezed

What are 3 properties of air

What are 3 properties of air

1 Air takes up space

2 Air exerts pressure

3 Air hcan be compressed

What are the 4 forces of flight?

What are the 4 forces of flight?

gravity thrust drag lift

What is Bernoulli's principle?

What is Bernoulli's principle?

fast moving air creates low air pressure

What happens if lift is greater than mass?

What happens if lift is greater than mass?

the plane ascends

What happens if thrust becomes greater than drag?

What happens if thrust becomes greater than drag?

the plane goes forward

What happens lift, thrust, drag and mass are equal?

What happens lift, thrust, drag and mass are equal?

the plane goes at a steady flight

What happens if thrust becomes less than drag?

What happens if thrust becomes less than drag?

the plane slows down

What happens if lift becomes less than mass?

What happens if lift becomes less than mass?

The plane descends

Describe how a bird gets thrust?

Describe how a bird gets thrust?

When a bird flaps it's wings it actually pushes the air backwards away from it's path

Describe the shape of a aircrafts wing

Describe the shape of a aircrafts wing

airfoil - curved on the top and flat on the bottom

Is there more or less air pressure under the aircraft's wing

Is there more or less air pressure under the aircraft's wing

more

What happens when air is heated?

What happens when air is heated?

It expands

What are 2 ways that aircraft propel themselves?

What are 2 ways that aircraft propel themselves?

bloopers

What are two processes that use up oxygen?

What are two processes that use up oxygen?

Rusting and Burning

Airplanes and sports cars are streamlined to reduce

Airplanes and sports cars are streamlined to reduce

Drag

What happens to wind as it passes in between large buildings and skyscrapers?

What happens to wind as it passes in between large buildings and skyscrapers?

It speeds up.

An ostrich can not fly because the force of ______ is greater than the force of ______ that can be generated by their _____.

An ostrich can not fly because the force of ______ is greater than the force of ______ that can be generated by their _____.

gravity / lift / wings

What gas makes up the largest component of air?

What gas makes up the largest component of air?

Nitrogen

What is created when air is removed?

What is created when air is removed?

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You and your friend are having a race to see who’s paper will fall to the ground the fastest. You crumple up your paper into a ball and your friend leaves their paper as is. Why does your balled up piece of paper reach the ground first?

You and your friend are having a race to see who’s paper will fall to the ground the fastest. You crumple up your paper into a ball and your friend leaves their paper as is. Why does your balled up piece of paper reach the ground first?

It has less drag.

As you drink from a juice box through a straw, the juice moves up the straw because the air pressure is

As you drink from a juice box through a straw, the juice moves up the straw because the air pressure is

lowered inside the straw

Place a piece of cardboard on top of a full glass of water. Holding the glass and the cardboard quickly flip the glass upside-down and slowly let go of the cardboard (none of the water escapes).

Which property of air does this experiment show?

Place a piece of cardboard on top of a full glass of water. Holding the glass and the cardboard quickly flip the glass upside-down and slowly let go of the cardboard (none of the water escapes).

Which property of air does this experiment show?

Air exerts pressure.

If you were to blow air through a straw between two cans, what would happen? Why?

If you were to blow air through a straw between two cans, what would happen? Why?

The can's would move together.

Bernoulli's Principle states that the fast air between the cans create low pressure. The higher pressure air around the cans pushes the cans together.

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