Fold and fire aerodynamic paper airplanes dozens of feet into the air with this easy origami ebook. High Performance Paper Airplanes presents a collection of realistic origami paper airplanes from well-known author and paper aviation expert Andrew Dewar.
Physics Introduction Have you ever wondered what makes a paper plane fly? Some paper planes clearly fly better than others.
But why is this?
One factor is the kind of design used to build the plane. In this activity you'll get to build a paper plane and change its basic design to see how this affects its flight. There's a lot of cool science in this activity, such as how forces act on a plane so it can fly.
So get ready to start folding! Background The forces that allow a paper plane to fly are the same ones that apply to real airplanes.
A force is something that pushes or pulls on something else. When you throw a paper plane in the air, you are giving the plane a push to move forward.
That push is a type of force called thrust.
While the plane is flying forward, air moving over and under the wings is providing an upward lift force on the plane. At the same time, air pushing back against the plane is slowing it down, creating a drag force.
The weight of the paper plane also affects its flight, as gravity pulls it down toward Earth. All of these forces thrust, lift, drag and gravity affect how well a given paper plane's voyage goes. In this activity you will increase how much drag a paper plane experiences and see if this changes how far the plane flies.
If you're flying your paper plane outside, such as in a field, try to do it when there isn't any wind. Fold carefully and make your folds as sharp as possible, such as by running a thumbnail or a ruler along each fold to crease it.
Do not bend up the tailing edge of the wings step 6 of the online folding instructions. This will be the starting line from which you'll fly the paper plane. Did it fly very far? Each time before you throw the plane, make sure it is still in good condition that the folds and points are still sharp.Classification: Biography (Arthel "Doc" Watson) Age: Preschooler, Kindergartener, Grades 1- 3.
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