Warm-Up 1/17 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and

Warm-Up  1/17  10 minutes Utilizing your notes and

Warm-Up 1/17 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3) 4) What invention led to the eventual development of rockets? According to legend, who attempted to fly to the moon? This inventors manuscripts contained the first drawings of helicopters. What flammable gas was discovered by Cavendish?

Questions / Comments Warm-Up 1/17 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3) 4) What invention led to the eventual development of rockets? According to legend, who attempted to fly to the moon? This inventors manuscripts contained the first

drawings of helicopters. What flammable gas was discovered by Cavendish? Legends About Flight Chinese built the first devices to enable us to fly About 100 BC they invented the kite Some large enough to carry a man and they

used them to watch enemy troops in the 17th Century About 900 AD invented gunpowder 1100 AD used gunpowder to power rockets Used in celebrations and warfare Warm-Up 1/17 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2)

3) 4) What invention led to the eventual development of rockets? According to legend, who attempted to fly to the moon? This inventors manuscripts contained the first drawings of helicopters. What flammable gas was discovered by Cavendish? Legends of Flight

Chinese legend of manned flight using a rocket Wan Hoo attempted to fly to the moon Large wicker chair with 47 large rockets When ignited Wan Hoo disappeared in large ball of smoke and fire - never to be seen again Chinese legend Wan Hoo is the man in the

Moon! Warm-Up 1/17 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3) 4) What invention led to the eventual development of rockets? According to legend, who attempted to fly to the moon? This inventors manuscripts contained the first drawings of helicopters.

What flammable gas was discovered by Cavendish? Early Scientific Research Leonardo da Vinci (1452 1519) Great Italian artist, architect, man of science Left descriptions and sketches of flying machines

(first known designs of parachute and helicopter) Died in 1519 manuscripts not found until 300 years later Might have changed history if found earlier Warm-Up 1/17 10 minutes Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: 1) 2) 3)

4) What invention led to the eventual development of rockets? According to legend, who attempted to fly to the moon? This inventors manuscripts contained the first drawings of helicopters. What flammable gas was discovered by Henry Cavendish? Basic Scientific Research

English chemist Henry Cavendish discovered flammable air hydrogen (lighter than air) Questions / Comments THIS DAY IN AVIATION January 17 In 1906... The second Zeppelin (LZ-2) built makes

its first successful flight over Lake Constance, Germany, achieving a speed of 25 mph. Questions / Comments January 2018 SUNDAY 7 14 MONDAY

TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 1 2 3 8 Welcome to Aviation 9 Parts of an

Aircraft Forces of Flight 16 Quiz Review Chapter 1 Intro 15 HOLIDAY THURSDAY 4 FRIDAY

SATURDAY 5 6 10 11 Flight Control Aircraft Surfaces Review Syllabus Due 12 Flight Line

Friday 13 17 Chapter 1 Developing the Airplane 19 Flight Line Friday Chapter 1 18 Chapter 1

Wright Brothers Quiz 20 Test 21 28 22 23 Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Development Curtiss

of Aviation in U.S. 24 29 31 30 25 Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Vin Fiz Progress

Progress in Europe Rpts Due 26 Chapter 2 QUIZ Progress Rpts Sent Home 27 Questions / Comments Early

Flying Machines Chapter 1 Introduction to Air Power Todays Mission Requirements Mission: Identify the significant contributions that advanced air and space power.

Identify the individuals with the contributions they made to developing the airplane. EQ: Describe some of the innovations that led to advances in air and space power. Developing the Airplane

Aviation Pioneers struggled with: developing lift sustaining lift and controlling aircraft Developing the Airplane Sir George Cayley was the 1st 19th century airplane

pioneer Built and flew small model gliders Laid foundation for modern aeronautics with published account of making a surface support a given weight by the application of power to the resistance of air He identified the forces of lift, drag, and thrust Built 1st successful fullsized, manned glider Developin

g the Airplane Otto Lilienthal Father of Modern Aviation He built single-winged and two-winged gliders 1891-1896, he made over 2,000 glides some over 700 ft Built an engine to link the wingtips

Built a pilot control system Wrote a book on aviation and spurred interest around the world Developin g the Airplane Octave Chanute Read Lilienthals works and improved

upon them Designed gliders but was too old to fly them Known for his study of aviation history and collection and distribution of aviation information Octave Chanute Octave Chanute Octave Chanute

Developin g the Airplane Samuel Pierpont Langley attempted to add power to a glider 1903, the Aerodrome launched by a catapult from a barge anchored

in the Potomac River It fell into the river. Same thing happened on the next attempt two months later Both attempts widely covered by the press the U.S. government dropped its support and Langley gave up project Questions / Comments

Todays Mission Requirements Mission: Identify the significant contributions that advanced air and space power. Identify the individuals with the contributions they made to developing the airplane.

EQ: Describe some of the innovations that led to advances in air and space power. Developing the Airplane Sir George Cayley was the 1st 19th century airplane pioneer Built and flew small

model gliders Laid foundation for modern aeronautics with published account of making a surface support a given weight by the application of power to the resistance of air He identified the forces of lift, drag, and thrust Built 1st successful fullsized, manned glider Developin g the Airplane

Otto Lilienthal Father of Modern Aviation He built single-winged and two-winged gliders 1891-1896, he made over 2,000 glides some over 700 ft Built an engine to link the wingtips Built a pilot control system

Wrote a book on aviation and spurred interest around the world Developin g the Airplane Octave Chanute Read Lilienthals works and improved upon them Designed gliders but

was too old to fly them Known for his study of aviation history and collection and distribution of aviation information Todays Mission Requirements Mission: Identify the significant contributions that advanced air

and space power. Identify the individuals with the contributions they made to developing the airplane. EQ: Describe some of the innovations that led to advances in air and space power. Developin g the

Airplane Samuel Pierpont Langley attempted to add power to a glider 1903, the Aerodrome launched by a catapult from a barge anchored in the Potomac River It fell into the river.

Same thing happened on the next attempt two months later Both attempts widely covered by the press the U.S. government dropped its support and Langley gave up project Lesson Closure - 3 2 - 1 3. List 3 things you learned today.

2. List 2 things you have questions about todays lesson. 1. Create (1) quiz question with answer about todays lesson. Model Building Grading Rubic Each Group MUST follow all directions STOP! - If you are unsure SAFETY at ALL Times Accuracy and Authenticity will be judged Each Group Member is responsible to

produce a 2 page paper on the model. Aircraft Specifications Aircraft contribution to Aviation development Significant Aviation Pioneers associated with aircraft (pilots, inventors etc.) The Group will provide a Presentation Questions / Comments SAFETY FIRST. SAFETY ALWAYS.

Safety Rules Safety Monitor Brief Must Use Safety Glasses Use of Cutting tools is Dangerous AT ALL TIMES Must Use Cutting Mats Extended breathing of adhesives and paint fumes can be dangerous All Areas will remain clean and organized Plane Captains will insure All Areas will be cleaned and all items put back in proper locations prior to class ending

10minutes Questions / Comments Developing the Airplane W.S. Henson and John Stringfellow received patent for a mancarrying powered aircraft Called Ariel It was never built but a masterpiece

of engineering 1848, Stringfellow built a steam-driven model that did fly Developing the Airplane W.S. Henson and John Stringfellow received patent for a mancarrying powered aircraft Called Ariel

It was never built but a masterpiece of engineering 1848, Stringfellow built a steam-driven model that did fly

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