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Plane and conveyor belt. From Physclips: Mechanics with ...

A plane is on a conveyor belt which moves in the opposite direction. Can it take off? This page is an appendix to the Physclips page Vectors and relative motion.

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Will a plane take off on a conveyor belt? | Page 6 | …

If it can take off being dragged by the Chinook, it can be take off with the engines.

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

Watch the youtube video and watch the plane take off from the conveyor belt no problem. Below appears my answer to the original question, which was much more obscure, much more challenging to sort out from a physics perspective.

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Plane vs. Conveyer Belt: Hell Yeah the Plane Takes Off ...

So the conveyor belt will only stop the plane from gaining takeoff velocity if it creates enough friction to counteract the forward thrust of the engines (or propellor).

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Can an airplane on a conveyor belt take off

Yes, it can take off. Once the plane's engines are providing thrust against the air it will move forward, and all the belt can do is make the.

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can an airplane take off on a conveyer belt? | MuscleTalk ...

but then the treadmill could only move as fast as the wheels if it was the wheels being driven due to traction, but as the wheels are just there for stability and a rolling surface i would have thought the thrust of the engines would take the plane to a faster speed than the conveyor belt…

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Airplane-Treadmill problem / Boing Boing

David Pogue at the NYT has presented this classic airplane on a giant treadmill problem, and people are arguing about whether or not the plane would take off or not. Here's the problem: "Imagine ...

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Plane on a conveyor belt - xkcd

 · I don't think so, for the plane to take off there has to be lift, and without a breeze and without moving foward there is no way in hell it will get that lift.

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Imagine a 747 is sitting on a conveyor belt, as wide and ...

 · The conveyor belt is designed to exactly match the speed of the wheels, moving in the opposite direction. Can the plane take off?

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Plane on a Conveyor Belt Problem | the ablestmage press

 · Wrong, wrong, wrong. MYTH BUSTED: The plane will ALWAYS move down the runway/conveyor belt and take off. Even if the plane started out traveling backwards on the conveyor belt, as SOON as it started it's engine and applied forward thrust it would move forward.

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Airplane on a Treadmill Definitive Analysis

I die a little inside every time I hear someone say that the plane will not take off, ... "Airplane On A Treadmill," also known as "Airplane on a Conveyor Belt," is a thought experiment in physics. Some consider it a litmus test for assessing one's knowledge of airplane physics. In its most basic form, the experiment is worded thusly: A plane is standing on a large treadmill or conveyor belt ...

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Plane on a conveyor belt : mythbusters - reddit

The "plane on a conveyor belt" is actually a case where both sides are kind of right. Yes a plane will typically takeoff, but when Adam says a plane will ALWAYS take off this is wrong. Whether a plane takes off or not is a function of the fiction of the wheels, the speed of the airplane, the speed of the conveyor belt, the wind speed required for takeoff, and the timing in which the two ...

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Will a plane take off on a conveyor belt? | Sciforums

 · an airplane is on a large conveyor belt and is trying to take off by exerting the thrust needed to move it forward at 100 knots, and the conveyor belt starts moving backwards at 100 knots, will the plane be able to take off, or will it just sit stationary relative to the ground, with the backwards speed of the conveyor belt counteracting the ...

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If A Plane Took Off A Conveyor Belt...

 · 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.

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The case of the plane and conveyor belt

Assuming the plane could take off and fly if there were no conveyor belt, the conveyor belt makes no difference at all. Really. Really. There is no power to the plane's wheels, so contact with the ground is just to hold the thing up.

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will a plane be able to take off on a conveyer belt? find ...

Airplane Hour (Weds., December 12 at 9 PM ET/PT) Adam and Jamie find out if...

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Can a Boeing 747 takeoff on a conveyor belt which is as ...

So yes, a plane can take off on a belt. It won't change the takeoff distance. Taking off in front of a fan, however, would present a much more interesting problem. It won't change the takeoff distance.

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Airplane on Conveyor Belt Myth om.com

The Myth - A plane cannot take off while sitting on a conveyor belt moving in the opposite direction. Verdict - Busted Notes - The MythBusters first performed a small scale test with a model airplane and a small conveyor belt and were not able to get the model plane to take off from the belt, it...

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Aeroplane on a conveyor belt puzzle - AUS/NZ General ...

 · The plane will still fly, and take off sooner because of the reduced friction with the ground. Would a plane on ice skates on a frozen lake take off quicker or slower than with wheels on a runway? I believe quicker. Regardless of the conveyor belt the force applied to the air via the propeller will still accelerate the air over the wings and the plane will fly. dem's my thoughts. Davidh. Share ...

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Mythbusters, airplane on a conveyor belt

The "it will take off group" sees what I feel to be the correct interpretation of "can the conveyor belt stop the plane from generating enough forward thrust to take off…

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Can a Boeing 747 takeoff on a conveyor belt which is as ...

So yes, a plane can take off on a belt. It won't change the takeoff distance. Taking off in front of a fan, however, would present a much more interesting problem. It won't change the takeoff distance.

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A plane on conveyer belt will it take off? - The Lounge ...

 · A plane is on a conveyer belt which is turning in the opposite direction to way the plane is pointing. The belt can turn at any speed and we have indestructible tyres and bearings on the plane, could the conveyer belt stop the plane from taking off?

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Plane on a conveyor belt - Off Topic Discussions on ...

A simple way of looking at it is that if a jet car was put on a rolling road and was pushed, or pulled, by an external force then would it move forward.

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Here's The Actual Science Behind That Plane Takeoff …

The answer is yes, the plane will take off, and the explanation why is very simple. I'll use some free-body diagrams (without coordinate systems, sorry enginerds) to break it down.

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An airplane taxies in one direction on a moving conveyor ...

Let me repeat: Once the pilot fires up the engines, the plane moves forward at pretty much the usual speed relative to the ground — and more importantly the air — regardless of how fast the conveyor belt is moving backward. This generates lift on the wings, and the plane takes off. All the conveyor belt does is, as you correctly conclude, make the plane's wheels spin madly.

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will a plane be able to take off on a conveyer belt? find ...

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Plane on conveyor.... Will it take off? | Camaro Forums at ...

 · A plane is standing on a runway that can move (like a giant conveyor belt). This conveyor has a control system that tracks the plane's speed and tunes the speed of the conveyor to be exactly the same (but in the opposite direction).

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can an airplane take off on a conveyer belt? | MuscleTalk ...

They are testing this on myth busters i just saw the commercial so now we will all see who was right in that thread we had a while ago.

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Takeoff On a Conveyor Belt - Riddles and Brain Teasers

If a plane sits on a conveyor belt whose speed matches that of the plane in the opposite direction, can the plane take off?

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

In general, any plane can easily take off from a conveyer belt because their wheels spin freely; like the front tire on a bike. The wheels are basically just big ball bearings. They aren't "driven" by anything; the speed of the wheels isn't related to the speed of the aircraft.

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Can a 747 take off from a conveyor belt runway? - Blogger

 · Seriously? This is a purely hypothetical question. If you're going to be technical or realistic, according to an Aerospace engineer, the plane would never take off because its tires would blow out, not being made to withstand that kind of force.

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MythBusters Episode 97: Airplane on a Conveyor Belt

The MythBusters test the riddle of whether an airplane can take off from a runway that is moving backwards like a conveyor belt. They also test if cockroaches can survive a nuclear bomb/holocaust.

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