Chapter 13: Aerospace Engineering | Test Your Knowledge
What level of education is required to become an aerospace engineer?
The law of inertia is also known as _____.
A. the law of conservation of momentum
B. Newton's first law
C. Newton's second law
D. Newton's third law
How can force be calculated for an object with constant mass?
What is Newton's third law of motion?
_____ is the study of fluids and the forces that act on them.
_____ is the study of how air flows around solid objects.
The mass of an object multiplied by its velocity is its _____.
The _____ theory of lift relies on the idea that an increase in fluid speed creates a decrease in pressure.
As air passes over a wing, the air is turned downward producing _____.
The _____ is the angle of the wing in relation to the airplane body.
A. angle of incidence
B. chord line
C. angle of attack
What is the most common propulsion system in modern aircraft?
The upward angle of a wing that provides increased stability to the plane is called the _____.
spacecraft, which collected information from other planets, was a type of _____.
A. flyby spacecraft
D. communications spacecraft
How does a wind turbine work?
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