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By 2ea76538 on 23 Mar 20:00 2 answers 4 comments

I had a technical question for you Aeronautical Engineering guys. I was reading online somewhere some engineer was saying that the Bernoulli principle is theoretical as the air travels up the wing wouldn't it cause friction as well and push the wing down?

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  • e19
    e19 over 4 years ago

    there is a boundary layer formation on a solid surface moving in the fluid medium.

    flow close to the surface is laminar,fluid (air) forms a skin on the surface of the wing,which reduces friction.

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