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Plane and barrier

  1. Mar 31, 2013 #1
    It isn't classic homework with classic task or only theory. It is a interesting example of my friend.
    So, I think it is good to gave it there... I do not understand this very much, I prefer to astronomy, but I am interested it.

    Can a plane before a barrier (as shown) and stay put when the plane is going to the fullest? (inhibits barrier) How to express the limit in equation? How it depends on the material of the barrier? How it changes when a high of barrier is like a contact with wheels of plane?

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    It is best if the obstacle is heavy and rigid. The advantage is a large coefficient of friction.
    Force acting on the plane, which theplane ircraft must overcome. I do not know how to express it. Surely it is also important kinetic energy of plane.

    But more than that? I do not know ... I still think about today. However, I'm thankful for every idea.

    Sorry for my bad English.
    Numeriprimi
     
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  3. Apr 1, 2013 #2
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