Can a plane take off at 55 mph?

A Diamond Air DA-20 (aka "Diamond Katana") will take off at 51 knots--about 58mph. A Diamond DA-40 takes off at 59 knots, or 67mph.

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Full form of mrf?

madras rubber factory-Tarun

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Are there flying cars anywhere in this world?

Assuming you mean cars that are able to be flown in a controlled manner, yes there are, but they are expensive.Dateline 1949: Longview, Washington, USA: The AeroCar's introduction.Reality check: If you have 2.2 million, you can BUY one! See the link!I've seen a demonstration of a trebouchet that ...

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How do you get the jet in transformers autobots for the DS?

you have to beat people on Nintendo wi-fi connection.if you realy good in Nintendo wi-fi transformers battling you can earn enough tokens to get the jet.Rishi

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Are planes faster than cars if they have the same speed?

Example, if a car and a plane are both traveling at 200 mph, they are both doing the same speed, they are equal, until one or the other increases or decreases speed.

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How long can a Spitfire fly for?

A Spitfire can fly up to 10,000 miles a day without stopping for any reason. This plane can also fly so high, that if you reached out a window, you could touch a cloud.

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What is v-tec engine?

check this link u will understand everything. http://wikicars.org/en/VTEC

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How can i rent a helicopter?

If we want to travel on a flight or in a helicopter we just book our tickets through an agency. Like the same, we can easily rent helicopters for any use with the help of an air charter company. There are many air charter companies working for helicopter charter. Helicopters are widely used for e...

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What is in every runway?

Treshold | Numbers | centerline | touchdown zone | blastpad | displaced threshold | holding lights | are known for the runway (expand if possible: not always paint symbols. please include things like holding lights)centerline | holding lights are known for the taxiway (expand if possible: not alw...

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What is the use of petrol in a vehicle?

petrol ( or gas to the Americans) powers the combustion engines of vehicles.

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Do virgin Atlantic have A380'S?

As of April 2018 (time of answer - No. They haveAirbus A321Airbus A330Airbus A340Boeing 747Boeing 767Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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Will flying cars be invented?

Flying cars have been commercially available since the 50's.

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Where are knife-edge cam follower used?

a sharp pointed cam, thats used in racing cars

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You want to reread the nyt article about the Exxon airplane that crashed in 1981 near suny at purchase?

I saw the airplane crash on my way to school in the evening. I drove and got out of my car and ran and the people talked to me and I ran back and drove away with my lights out like they told me to. I went to class and then home, and then considered going to the fire station to ask for a ladder li...

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Do the police use 18 wheelers to transport their air support and swat vehicles?

Typically, no. Wheeled vehicles can transport themselves, and air support vehicles can fly. If it's a tracked vehicle, it'll need to be transported, and what's used to transport it depends on the weight of the vehicle itself.

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What is the largest military bomber plane?

The Russian Tupolev Tu-160 is the world's largest bomber.

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How do you extinguisher gasoline fires?

Never ever use water on a gasoline fire or the fire will just spread. Smother it with sand, dirt, or a fire extinguisher specifically made for a gasoline fire.

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How much horspower does a spacecraft normally have?

Unfathomable horsepower. It needs such high horsepower to break away from the planet's atmosphere. I am hoping you aren't planning on building one yourself, but if you are you should watch "The Astronaut Farmer" to get an idea of the process. The Space Shuttle has three engines that produce over...

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Why is there a Grinding noise from rear end of 95 GM van?

some posibilities are Brake lining worn out(metal on metal), no oil in the differential, Gears could be sheared off...ect. very hard to dianose such a vague question. what kind of 95 gm van? venture, full size, cube? when does it make the grinding noise? if it does it when the brakes are applied ...

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What is aerodynamics engineers?

Depending on the college you attend, the name of the degree will vary. Some call it aeronautical engineering or aerodynamical engineering or aerospace engineering. The basic Bachelor's Degree in this field will provide the general knowledge for starting your career in designing aircraft or other ...

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Why is the oxyacetylene process used sparingly in today's industry?

when you are in the field you dont always have access to acetylene, also it is less effective than arc welding, and its more dangerous Another reason: the acetylene itself. Fire inspectors, insurance agents and safety professionals hate a gas that dangerous.

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How do you make a self propelled airplane?

All airplanes are self propelled except gliders. You would make it like airplanes have been made from the beginning.

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What is the fuel used in common airplanes?

The most common airplane fuel is kerosene ("paraffin" in the United Kingdom), but depending on the aircraft, they may use any of the following:Gas Turbine powered aircraft -- including jets, turboprops, and many helicopters -- use jet fuel. It is a heavy fuel oil like Kerosene (Called "Paraffin" ...

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What is the world's ugliest airplane?

The National Air & Space Museum published a magazine named "Air & Space" that would list 2 or 3 aircraft that it considered "Plug Ugly". I'm not sure how long this feature was published but it has some good examples. Also, there is a book on this topic. Search Amazon.com for this book.

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How does a turbofan work?

A turbojet is essentially a tube with a constriction in it with a turbine at the beginning and a turbine at the end, connected together on the same axle. Fuel burns in the combustion chamber behind the constriction in the tube, sending hot, expanding gases mostly out the back end of the tube. The...

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Does the shape of a plane wing affect the flight?

Yes, wing shape is important for several reasons: If the shape is wrong, then the air flow will peel loose from the wing's upper surface. If this happens, then the air flow becomes turbulent, and the wing can no longer deflect the air. This is called "STALL." So the shape of the wing is important...

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Where are some screw gauge uses in real life?

Most common is fuel gauges in power equipment.The gauge is in the fuel cap

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When was the recent flying car invented?

As of now no fully operational flying car has been created, but many companies and research groups are trying to work on this futuristic idea to try to bring it to present day product that could be used in daily life.

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Give the example of heuristic?

If all else fails, read the instructions.

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How old do you have to be to fly an airplane?

In the US you can fly an airplane (accompanied by an instructor) at any age. You must be 16 to solo and 18 to obtain a pilots license.1

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What is the fuel used in aeroplanes?

Piston powered aircraft (small helicopters included) run off a high grade petrolium called AvGas... however all jet turbines (engines) ,run off very high grade Jet A1 fuel......which essentially is just treated kerosene fuel.

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How can you get a car's original invoice sticker?

Just purchased a 2011 Jeep, and how can can I find the original manufacturers sticker? Thank you so much for any assistance.

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Will there be flying cars?

We do not know yet but maybe there will be. you never know ;) .Flying cars have been around since the 1950's, they just never caught on.

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How long will it take to travel from cadiff to Liverpool?

It would be useful to know by what method you consider traveling. Rail? Road by Car? Coach? Cycling? On Foot? Flying?Let's assume you mean by car then the answer is 3 hours 30 minutes approximately.Distance by road 208 miles (332.8 Km)Walking it would take you several days possibly a week or more...

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When might riding a bike have an advantage over flying in an airplane?

riding a bike can have an advantage over a plane because if you don't want to pay money than a bike is better and that riding a bike gives you cardio.

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How did the wright brothers planes change the world?

They made the first airplane (with an engine.) They did not actually invent flight.

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Can you fly gyroplane in and out of city?

Answer A gyroplane has no great restrictions than an airplane or helicopter. Large cities wil have areas and altitude restrictions that limit any aircraft from flying. Some areas are limited to helicopters. The wording may allow gyroplanes but you would have to check.

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What is the heaviest airplane in production?

The Airbus A 390 is the heaviest aircraft in productionThe Airbus A 390 is the heaviest aircraft in production The Airbus A 390 is the heaviest aircraft in production

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What is world's most luxurious airplane?

Probably the US President's Air Force One. It has desks, a double bedroom, lounge areas, bathroom and dining tables. Beats my house that's for sure!ANSWER 2the new airbus 380 the worlds largest airliner - even some of the passenger 380's are extreme luxury but there is at least one made for priva...

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Why do you need a copilot?

So there is someone to assist the captain and to takeover if anything happens to the captain.

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How do you build a plane?

go get plans, look at the cri cri plane and surf the web to get a set of free plans. They are on the web, i did get the plans for free. Then get Aluminum and start building

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What is a disadvantage of fuel?

You can run out, and you have to take it with you.

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Why do you want to be a customs officer?

being a customs officer is a family tradition to a lot of people and maybe others have different options but that's mine

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List ten metals and their uses?

Lithium: BatteriesIron: carsAluminum: airplanesNickel: coinsLead: car batteriesUranium: nuclear reactorsTitanium: lightweight cooking materialsChromium: chrome plated itemsSodium: table saltZinc: core of pennnies

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When you poo in the airplane where does it go?

It is stored in a container on the plane. When the plane lands the container is emptied.

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Has a flying car been invented?

Yes, they have been invented.

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How do ailerons affect an airplanes attitude?

ailerons bank (turn) an airplane left or right. the only change in altitude. the elevators (witch are located on the rear of a plane) changes your altitude

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What did planes looked like a long time ago?

They had very papery wings,like see through.But for some reason could not fly.Do you know why?

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What r the names of the machine used in agriculture?

Tractor, reaper, combine, disc harrow, seeder, plough etc.

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What are emerging specialties in aircraft mechanic?

One emerging speciality in aircraft mechanic is sufficient experience in technical work

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Is wiring of an automobile or aircraft covered by the Philippine electrical code?

These types of vehicles will have their own regulations as to their wiring, as governed by the manufacturer of the equipment. The building that the vehicles are stored in will be under the electrical code mandate.

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How would you feel if you crashed?

That all depends on velocity and what you crash into.But certainly painfull

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How much fuel does a 747 use on takeoff?

3000 gallons of it's 48500 gallon capacity

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Do we can travel faster or near to the speed of sound in space?

Any vehicle (such as a rocket) MUST exceed the 'speed-of-sound' in order to escape the atmosphere (actually much, much faster). The 'speed-of-sound' varies with the thickness of the medium in which it is travelling. At low altitudes (close to sea-level), sound can travel up to 880mph because the ...

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Will we ever have flying cars?

The Robinson R22 was kicked around as a helicopter that anyone could afford, like a second vehicle.First, cars and aircraft do 2 totally different jobs.Secondly, the general public looks at price as their primary selection criteria. The whole purpose of advertising is to try and defeat that, but ...

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What would happen if there was no petrol?

Scientists and governments would be forced to develop alternative fuel sources -- such as HPVs (hydrogen powered vehicles) -- in order to feed our modern society's demands for mobility and luxury.

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How is silk gunpowder and rice exported to china ex boat ship train etc?

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How has transportation changed in the past 100 years?

means of transport in the past,present;futur

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What kind of flights can stay in air?

This question is in the wrong area. But usually commercial jets,private planes, all types of aircraft.

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How can transportation affect your daily lives?

easy to move from one place to other .consume time

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What is the most commonly use plane in the airforce today?

The C-17 Globemaster. They fly them all over the world, transporting troops, equipment and supplies wherever they are needed. I know you wanted the name of a fighter or bomber aircraft, but in reality those aren't used very much at all. In a war zone they might go out on patrol once or twice a da...

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What are the names of the planes used in the NZ air force today?

Don't know about current jets but up until recently they were using the A4K skyhawk

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Why cant you see the shadow of a flying airplane?

You can! If you look in the right place (and of course if the plane is close enough to the ground that it is not so diffuse as to be almost unnoticeable. The Sun appears almost 1/2 a degree wide, if the airplane appears close to ar less than that then a shadow will be very difficult to detect wit...

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Are their going to be flying cars in the future?

There are already flying cars. They are just not used in commonwealth.

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What is the most common type of private aircraft?

The most common type is the single engine monoplane, possibly the Cessna 172 series.

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Advantage and disadvantage of automobile patrol?

automobile patrol advantages

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Are cars safer than planes?

Not at all - look at how many accidents happen with cars compared to planes. It doesn't matter what causes it - more people still die in cars.

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How many engines does the B-2 stealth bomber have?

4x General Electric F118-GE-100 non-afterburning Turbofans (17,300 ,77kN Thrust) Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-2#Specifications_.28B-2A_Block_30.29

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What does 33 mpg mean?

MPG means Miles Per Gallon. So, you have a vehicle that gets 33 miles per gallon of fuel.

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Which is correct on an airplane or in an airplane?

George Carlin had a bit on this."I'm getting IN the plane! In the plane! Let Evil Kneivel get ON the plane. I'll be in here with you folks in uniform. There seems to be less wind in here."

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Can aeroshell 33ms be used instead of aeroshell 33?

Answer The Shell website says that it is fully compatible with Aeroshell 33. However, note this statement:"AeroShell Grease 33MS is a direct alternative to AeroShell Grease 17, but when changing from (clay-based) ASG 17 to (Li-complex based) ASG 33MS, the normal rules on grease changing should be...

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How many people were involved in creating the first heavier then air machine?

One the surface, two; Orville and Wilbur Wright. There were others before them, but they are recognized as being the first, because they created a three-axis control system that allowed stable flight control. Also, I say "on the surface", because I do not know how many people were involved behind...

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Haw you will get internatinal pilm?

Did you ever learn to spell?

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In the fucher will there be flying cars?

Flying cars are a reality right now, have been since the 50's. Go see man with the golden gun.

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How Does Transport contribute to Climate Change?

Most transport is powered by fossil fuel oil, in some form. Any burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) in industry, transport and the generation of electricity releases carbon dioxide (CO2). This is a greenhouse gas which is contributing to global warming, which is causing climate ch...

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When traditional cars are replaced with ones that fly will they also have up and down indicators along with the more familiar left and right signals that are found on land-based cars?

If traditional cars are ever replaced by flying cars, their traffic will probably be separated in much the same way that airplanes are currently separated in flight.The FAA mandates that any aircraft on an east-bound course (anywhere from 001 to 179 heading) must cruise at an odd-thousands plus 5...

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How much does a plane cost when it costs 100000000?

You've already provided the price in the question: 100 million (dollars, euros, pounds, etc.)

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What is a stabilizer bar?

http://www.answers.com/main/transoptform?gwp=21stabilizer bar http://www.answers.com/main/answertip.jsp?s=What%2520is%2520a%2520stabilizer%2520bar%253FIn%253A%2520Cars%2520and&fw=3&gwp=21&o=2&ver=1.0&curtab=Mentioned_Instabilizer bar (′stā·bə′līz·ər ′bär) (mechanical engineeri...

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How long is a runway?

Runways vary in length hugely around the world

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Are flying cars real?

yes but you cant buy then yet because there is only one their trying to make more so they can b put on the marketFlying cars have been around since the 1950's but they just never caught on.The only "flying car" I know of right now is the Terrafugia, AKA the "Roadable Aircraft"

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Why is compression used on bridges?

From a strength of materials viewpoint, most if not all materials are stronger (and less likely to fracture) under compression (where, put simplistically, the forces are pushing the particles of the material together) than under tension (where, put simplistically, the forces are pulling the parti...

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Are kids allowed to fly first class?

Yes but they will pay the premium for the seat as usualIf they have a first-class plane ticket, they are.

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What would be the closest thing to a modern engineer in 1909?

George Jackson Churchward was Chief Engineer of Great Western Railway at that time, and his ideas were so advanced that GWR was still using them on their locos 40yrs later.

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How fast can a DC-10 travel?

The maximum cruise speed of a McDonnell Douglas DC-10 is Mach 0.88 (610 mph / 982 km/h / 530 kt)

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What impact did the invention of the airplane have in the 1800s?

There was some experiments with gliders in the late 1800 but nothing yet forpowered airplanes which is what is generally meant when referring to airplanes.Not until 1903, when brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright from Dayton Ohio, were thefirst to successfully fly a heavier than air powered airplan...

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How does a propeller fly?

The blades of propellers are angled (and shaped) to push large volumes of air back at high speeds.In an airplane, the air pushed by the propellers moves the plane forward by Newton's 3rd law (any force applied to an object causes an equal and opposite reaction - here the air goes back and the pla...

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When was the flying car invented?

In 2010 the Terrafugia flying car was finalised and invented.

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1890 built gliders that could be piloted?

A German named Otto Lilienthal.

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How do you get a flying machine?

You would need to go buy some sort of airplane, helicopter, glider, or similar flying machine.

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What year will it be when flying cars exist?

Flying Cars have existed since the 1950's.

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Are there more registered planes or cars in Alaska?

there is more registered cars in Alaska. but the number or huskies more than quadruples the number of cars

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What was the fastest fighter plane of World War 1?

The Sopwith Camel F.1 (Britain) Its 180 MPH cruising speed made it the fastest of its day. However, there are other considerations as to fastest climb rate and dive speeds. And, at what altitudes was the performance best?Included is information on other WWI Fighter for comparison: they are listed...

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Who built the first airplanes for the united states army?

The Wright brothers Wright model A was the US Army's first aircraft in 1908.

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What would make your car sound like an airplane landing?

Need to replace Wheel Bearings

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Which is the fastest twin engine piston airplane?

The Piper Seminole, which cruises at 160mph, and the Diamond DA42, which cruises at 198mph. They're not currently making the DA42 because the engine builder is in receivership. Both of these planes are primarily used as trainers. Piper Seneca V's cruise at 196mph, and Beechcraft Barons cruise at ...

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Can you take perfume?

It depends on how many ounces it is.

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What is the need and use of hybrid cars?

Many people feel that hybrid cars will save them money concerning gas prices. Others feel that hybrid cars are better for the environment due to the lack of emissions.

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What is the distance between dallas Texas and Detroit Michigan?

998 miles. Source: http://www.geobytes.com/citydistancetool.htm

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What products is made in New Hampshire?

Maple sugar products like syrup and candy.

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What is a chain pipe wrench.?

A long handle with a chain attached is used on larger pipe. The chain is rapped aroundthe pipe and attached to the handel. You can turn the pipe with this leverage.

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