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To What Uses Can A Hydroplane Be Put In Time of War?

(a) It can be used to search for hostile sea-craft. (b) Submarines can readily be seen from it when moving at a depth of from ten to fifteen yards beneath ‘the surface. (c ) It can be used for bombing purposes fin a naval engagement. (d) It, with others, may act as the “ eyes of the Fleet.” Last Updated…

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How Is An Aeroplane Controlled When In Flight Control System?

By means of a control-lever ( joy-stick ” ) the pilot can steer his machine either up or down or from side to side, or maintain a lateral balance. Increasing the angle at which the planes meet the air increases the pressure on them and forces the aeroplane upward.       Last Updated On:Tuesday, May 9, 2017

What Is The Difference Between a Monoplane And Biplane?
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What Is The Difference Between a Monoplane And Biplane?

The planes of a flying machine are the supporting sur­faces by which it is sustained in the air. A monoplane has one main supporting surface or a single wing on either side of the body. A biplane has two supporting surfaces, the body of the machine being between the two places. Last Updated On:Tuesday, May 9, 2017

What Is The Difference Between An Aeroplane And an Airship?
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What Is The Difference Between An Aeroplane And an Airship?

An aeroplane is a heavier-than-air machine supported by the pressure of its planes on the air. An airship is lighter than air. It is propelled in the same way as an aeroplane, and it can be made to rise or fall by means of planes. Last Updated On:Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Why Does A Balloon Rise And Float In the Air?
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Why Does A Balloon Rise And Float In the Air?

Balloon Rise And Float In the Air is very important question for every science student.A balloon rises in the air for the same reason that a cork rises to the top of water. The upward pressure of the air on the balloon is greater than the weight of the balloon. The resultant upward pressure (and therefore the lifting power of…

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