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Old May 28th 11, 07:27 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Brian Whatcott
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On 5/23/2011 4:20 PM, Mxsmanic wrote:

When I dealt with the lift issue with instructors in seminar, my
personal approach was to favor the Newtonian explanation as in my
opinion student pilots can grasp Newton a lot easier than Bernoulli,
but I've ALWAYS made it habit NEVER to leave Bernoulli out in the
cold.


Dealt with lift - with instructors - in seminar?

Do tell! :-)

Brian W
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Old May 28th 11, 07:43 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Brian Whatcott
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Default Lift - Newton/Bernoulli ratio...

On 5/25/2011 1:36 AM, Dave Doe wrote:

Have a look at this one that I found late last night - check the section
out on Wing Efficiency - and the sections beyond it... comments welcomed


http://home.comcast.net/~clipper-108/lift.pdf


I looked: it prefaced the story by saying that if the Newtonian
explanation (f=m.a) is used, people understand more easily than if the
Bernouillian explanation is offered.

Who would disagree with that?

Brian W
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Old May 28th 11, 08:01 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Dudley Henriques[_3_]
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Default Lift - Newton/Bernoulli ratio...

On May 28, 2:27*pm, brian whatcott wrote:
On 5/23/2011 4:20 PM, Mxsmanic wrote:

When I dealt with the lift issue with instructors in seminar, my
personal approach was to favor the Newtonian explanation as in my
opinion student pilots can grasp Newton a lot easier than Bernoulli,
but I've ALWAYS made it habit NEVER to leave Bernoulli out in the
cold.


Dealt with lift - with instructors * - in seminar?

Do tell! * *:-)

Brian W


Not sure I understand where you're going with this. I used to give
seminars with instructors in attendance. Simple!
DH
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Old May 28th 11, 09:11 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Brian Whatcott
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Default Lift - Newton/Bernoulli ratio...

On 5/28/2011 2:01 PM, Dudley Henriques wrote:
On May 28, 2:27 pm, brian wrote:
On 5/23/2011 4:20 PM, Mxsmanic wrote:

When I dealt with the lift issue with instructors in seminar, my
personal approach was to favor the Newtonian explanation as in my
opinion student pilots can grasp Newton a lot easier than Bernoulli,
but I've ALWAYS made it habit NEVER to leave Bernoulli out in the
cold.


Dealt with lift - with instructors - in seminar?

Do tell! :-)

Brian W


Not sure I understand where you're going with this. I used to give
seminars with instructors in attendance. Simple!
DH



Oops! Missed the attribution bars. NOW it makes sense.

Brian W
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Old May 28th 11, 09:30 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
george
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Default Lift - Newton/Bernoulli ratio...

On May 29, 8:11*am, brian whatcott wrote:
On 5/28/2011 2:01 PM, Dudley Henriques wrote:









On May 28, 2:27 pm, brian *wrote:
On 5/23/2011 4:20 PM, Mxsmanic wrote:


When I dealt with the lift issue with instructors in seminar, my
personal approach was to favor the Newtonian explanation as in my
opinion student pilots can grasp Newton a lot easier than Bernoulli,
but I've ALWAYS made it habit NEVER to leave Bernoulli out in the
cold.


Dealt with lift - with instructors * - in seminar?


Do tell! * *:-)


Brian W


Not sure I understand where you're going with this. I used to give
seminars with instructors in attendance. Simple!
DH


Oops! Missed the attribution bars. NOW it makes sense.


You thought mixedup was lecturing instructors ?
ROTFL
Must be an addon to MFS
 




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