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Can a 747 take off from a conveyor belt runway?

Jun 18, 2015 · Yes, the faster the wheels turn, the faster the conveyor belt goes. But the wheels don't have to turn for the plane to move (as I said in response to 2). The conveyor belt does not have some property which prevents something from skidding

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Hangar Talk - The old "plane on a conveyor belt" debate

Well, the tyres exploding at some point before V1 might inhibit the takeoff (as the wheels will end up rotating twice as quickly as they normally would as the plane accelerates down the conveyor belt, so the wheels will be rotating well above their maximu

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Mythbusters Plane on Conveyor Belt Ending

2008-2-6 · Discovery Channel's Show Mythbusters. America's Worst Disaster | Fatal Collision Over New York City | United 826 and TWA 266 | 4K - Duration: 14:24. TheFlightChannel Recommended for you

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Plane Vs Conveyor Belt | Page 4 | Headphone Reviews and

2007-6-29 · if you put wheels on a paper plane and put it on a treadmill would it life off? no cause the thrust from your hand is not there. now if you run on a treadmill and throw a paper airplane will it lift off? yes.. just like a plane on a Conveyor b

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An airplane taxies in one direction on a moving conveyor belt

In contrast, a plane’s wheels aren’t motorized; their purpose is to reduce friction during takeoff (and add it, by braking, when landing). What gets a plane moving are its propellers or jet turbines, which shove the air backward and thereby impel the plan

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If A Plane Took Off A Conveyor Belt - Airliners.net

Nov 29, 2005 · hey guys there is a huge debate over at another forum concerning this question... Imagine a plane is sat on the beginning of a massive conveyor belt/travelator type arrangement, as wide and as long as a runway, and intends to take off. The

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Would an airplane take off if it were on a conveyor belt

Of course it would take off. A plane gets no thrust at all from its wheels (unlike a car). The wheels are there to allow it to move easily over the ground and to hold it up.

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Can this plane take off? | Physics Forums

Aug 14, 2017 · Imagine a 747 sitting on a large conveyor belt, as long and as wide as the runway. The conveyor best is designed to exactly match the speed of the wheels, but run in the opposite direction. CAN THE PLANE TAKE OFF?

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Plane on a Conveyor Belt Problem | the ablestmage press

Feb 08, 2008 · In Mythbusters Season 6, the duo tackles a highly controversial physics thought-problem regarding an airplane resting upon a conveyor belt -- whether the plane would lift off the ground if the conveyor belt was moving at the same speed rel

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Episode 97: Plane on a Conveyor Belt, Cockroach Survival

Plane on a Conveyor Belt. Myth: A plane on a conveyor belt, matching its takeoff speed in reverse, can't take off. This is a Internet meme popularized by sites like kottke.org. The original problem states that the conveyor belt matches the forward speed o

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Plane on a conveyor belt - explained / debunked • C-Aviation

Jul 17, 2016 · Some people just assume that the conveyor belt will move the plane back. The job of the conveyor belt is in both cases mostly limited to rotating the wheels. Try it at home! You do not need a plane and a conveyor belt. Just get a medium si

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If a plane is on a conveyor belt (if you think you're

2006-1-9 · If a plane is on a conveyor belt that automatically senses the speed of the plane and moves at the same speed in the opposite direction, could the plane take off? Discuss.

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What will happen if a plane trys to take off whilst on a

The actual question the poster wanted to ask, and the one asked and answered by Mythbusters is this: an airplane is on a conveyor belt runway that can run backwards. The forward speed of the airplane is monitored and the conveyor belt is run backwards at

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A Plane on a Conveyor Belt | NSLog();

Dec 13, 2007 · Because MythBusters was supposed to show the "plane on a conveyor belt" show last night, I stumbled onto the original question at Jason Kottke's blog. The question is as follows: A plane is standing on a runway that can move (some sort of

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Plane on conveyor belt - Lowyat.net

2009-8-11 · Can a plane take off on a conveyor belt moving at the speed in opposite direction?. It didn't mention that the plane will be stationary. Reason why there is a large number of people in the "no camp" because they misinterpret that the airplane

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Stupid People Refuting MythBusters over Plane/Conveyor Belt

Jan 31, 2008 · The (in)famous "Plane on a Conveyor Belt" experiment was run last night on MythBusters and, as physics dictates, the plane takes off.That was a terrible experiment. The whole basis for the myth was that the airplane could take off from a t

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On camera: A toddler is swept away on airport conveyor belt

Surveillance cameras caught a toddler's journey through the baggage system of an airport after he managed to sneak past a ticket counter and climb on a conveyor belt on Monday.

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plane on a conveyor belt? | Yahoo Answers

Oct 27, 2007 · The plane will not stay on the conveyor belt. The power of the plane comes from the jet engines or the propellors, not the wheels. The conveyor belt, no matter how fast it is going, will have no effect on the motion of the plane. The plane

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The case of the plane and conveyor belt - kottke.org

If you want to make a conveyor belt make a plane fly, remove the plane’s wheels, and reverse the speed of the conveyor belt and allow it to move the plane forward. The plane will fly in the same manner that your hand makes a paper airplane fly.

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Moment first-time flyer climbs on luggage conveyor at airport

Jul 10, 2019 · THIS is the moment a confused first-time flyer climbs on a luggage conveyor at an airport check-in - thinking it will take her to her plane. CCTV footage shows the air-headed passenger stepping on ...

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