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  1. 1. PLANE<br />Aero plane help us to travel everywhere in the world and take short time to go. In the past we use to travel by car or use to walk because there are not much technology. In the past when we travel to any where it take along time to travel and It’s tried. Airplane is the vehicle that is the best for me and it’s the best technology. <br />
  2. 2. THE HISTORY OF PLANE<br />Orville Wright and Wilbur Wright - Inventors of the First Engineer Airplane<br />Orville Wright (1871-1948) and Wilbur Wright (1867-1912) requested a patent application for a "flying machine" nine months before their successful flight in December 1903, which Orville Wright recorded in his diary. <br />As part of the Wright Brothers' systematic practice of photographing every prototype and test of their various flying machines, they had persuaded an attendant from a nearby lifesaving station to snap Orville Wright in full flight.<br />The craft soared to an altitude of 10 feet, traveled 120 feet, and landed 12 seconds after takeoff. After making two longer flights that day, Orville and Wilbur Wright sent this telegram to their father, instructing him to "inform press.“<br />Many stories from antiquity involve flight, such as the Greek legend of Icarus and Daedalus, and the Vimana in ancient Indian epics.<br />Around 400 BC, Archytas, the Ancient Greek philosopher, mathematician, astronomer, statesman, and strategist, was reputed to have designed and built the first artificial, self-propelled flying device, a bird-shaped model propelled by a jet of what was probably steam, said to have actually flown some 200 meters.<br />One of the first recorded – still dilettante – attempts with gliders were those by the 11th century monk Eilmer of Malmesbury (recorded in the 12th century) and the 9th century poet AbbasIbnFirnas (recorded in the 17th century); both experiments ended with lasting injuries to their pilots.<br />
  3. 3. AIR PLANE<br />An aircraft is a vehicle which is able to fly by being supported by the air, or in general, the atmosphere of a planet. An aircraft counters the force of gravity by using either static lift or by using the dynamic lift of an airfoil, or in a few cases the downward thrust from jet engines.<br />
  4. 4. COCKPIT<br />Pilot or flight floor area usually near the front of the aircraft from the flight control aircraft Most modern cockpits are enclosed, except on some small aircraft, and cockpits on large airliners are also physically separated from the cabin. Cockpits edge attached.<br />except for some small aircraft cockpits and the big airlines have separate body from the cabin From the cockpit an aircraft is controlled on the ground and in the air. from the cockpit aircraft is controlled on the ground and in the air. <br />Cockpit as a term for the pilot's compartment in an aircraft first appeared in 1914. Battlefields become the words of the pilot in the aircraft the first time in 1914 From about 1935 cockpit also came to be used informally to refer to the driver's seat of a car, especially.<br />
  5. 5. a high performance one, and this is official terminology in Formula One. From about 1935 cockpit also came to friendly to refer to the driver's seat of a car especially powerful one, and the word official in the Formula One The term is most. likely related to the sailing term for the coxswain 's station in a Royal Navy ship, and later the location of the ship's rudder controls.<br />On an airliner, the cockpit is usually referred to as the flight deck. On the Airplane, cockpit often called the roof flying this term derives from its use by the RAF for the separate, upper platform where the pilot and co-pilot sat. in large flying boats.<br />
  6. 6. AERO.<br />aero was developed in response to the growing need of the community, and is designed to create a structured, open and constantly evolving Internet naming architecture which will help the aviation community to integrate systems and service, and streamline communications within the community and with its partners.<br />An online world needs the right connections<br />
  7. 7. With the evolution of online technologies, the industry transition to Internet-style solutions is accelerating. Airlines, airports and other aviation businesses find themselves with increasingly computerized systems for ticketing, itinerary and passenger tracking, baggage processing etc. To be effective, all of these systems must deal with each other.<br />
  8. 8. SIZE & SHAPE<br />Airplanes come in many different shapes and sizes depending on the mission of the aircraft. The airplane shown on this slide is a turbine-powered airliner which has been chosen as a representative aircraft.<br />
  9. 9. PART OF A PLANE<br />The wings have additional hinged, rear sections near the body that are called flaps. Flaps are deployed downward on takeoff and landing to increase the amount of force produced by the wing. On some aircraft, the front part of the wing will also deflect. Slats are used at takeoff and landing to produce additional force. The spoilers are also used during landing to slow the plane down and to counter.<br />