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The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
The history of flight
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The history of flight

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  • 1. FLIGHT HISTORY LICEUL TEHNOLOGIC DE SERVICII “SFANTUL APOSTOL ANDREI” PLOIESTI, PRAHOVA
  • 2. BETWEEN HUMAN DESIRE AIR FLIGHT conquest and economic interests Besides human desire to discover and conquer new territories and spaces it was motivated by the practical and material interest in the individual needs of all mankind or new resources that underpin renovation but researchers develop new economic activities / business leading to the degree of technical development today. No one activity is not without personal motivation first half by each of us want recognition for the effort and work done. This happened with the human desire to conquer air and outer space cosiderat after a few thousand years ago an unattainable dream takes flight passionate people and made them invent the strangest machines that get up in the air. Today for us to fly human success begins with the legend of Icarus 1 And today, for us aspired man begins to fly legend of Icarus ....
  • 3. Ancient writings say that immediately after birth, Pegasus ascended to heaven. That he was very loyal to Zeus, the supreme god.Winged horse Pegasus legend says that wherever it struck the ground using their hooves in that place flowed a small river. One of these sources is the one from Mount muses, Helicon, Hippocrene spring that bears his name. The very name can be translated as "horse spring". Pegas or winged horse is one of best knowed fantastic creature from greek mythology. Is a beauty winged horse white coloured and strong stature. It said that this wonderful creature is son of Poseidon and Medusa , and brother or Chrysaor. Legend Of Pegasus
  • 4. Although at first looks like an old horse weak and poor it demonstrate to be one with supernatural powers.he will be his road mate and advisor in lots of situation wich harap pass magic horse help him to escape from every attempt. Not only in Greek mythology is presented magic horse. He is known in Romanian folcloric mythology with a dual role that how we find in Ion Creanga story-"Harap-Alb"
  • 5. Another invention in the flight which is ancient Chinese attribution glider. If you already kites invented by i.Hr fourth century, by the end of the sixth century the Chinese had managed to build kites with sufficient size and aerodynamic enough to support the weight of an average-sized man. Was only a matter of time before someone thought to remove kite strings to see what happens. Known today as the glider aircraft that have not been used by ancient Chinese as a way to raise the level of adrenaline. Chinese emperors feasted forcing villains and enemies to jump on rocks tied to gliders. however one another and in terms of Chinese flight they took so little to Europeans before 1335 years
  • 6. Italian scientist Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) - famous architect and painter, sculptor, engineer, writerer, mathematician and musician is the one who designed, among other things, plans for a flying machine, like a helicopter Now more than half a millennium years, in the early XVI century, when Da Vinci was already 50, he invented devices, weapons, machines that prefigured those of modern times. Renaissance genius made helicopters and other aircraft with vertical takeoff and glider ancestor.
  • 7. The famous Renaissance Leonardo da Vinci thought besides other fantastic machines to a device with which man can fly. Carefully studying the flight of birds he designed a machine called “orthoptera”. Had wings it would have to be moved while the hands and feet of a man actually work impossible. Also glider designed by Italian genius is the precursor to today's modern aircraft. Also glider designed by the brilliant Italian is the precursor of today's modern aircraft.
  • 8. But it is possible parachute idea was not hers. Historian Lynn White discovered an anonymous Italian manuscript around 1470 that there are two drawings of parachutes one of which is very alike to Leonardo's sketch. The first successful test of such a parachute was made in 1617 in Venice by Dalmatian inventor Faust Vrancea. Device was called Homo Volans (Flying man) Leonardo da Vinci was considered the first sketch made ​​a parachute, around 1480, he projecting a parachute shape of a pyramid with a square base, with whom he said: "If a man has a starched canvas tent widely on each side of 12 cubits and 12 cubits high everything he can to give way to any height without anything bad happen to them. "

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