Taking flight with Bernoulli’s Principle

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Taking flight with Bernoulli’s Principle

Mr. Cogbill’s engineering class conducted an experiment from the very top of the student section on the football field today. “We’re using paper gliders to explore the Bernoulli’s principle,” Mr. Cogbill said. Bernoulli’s Principle explains that an aircraft can achieve lift based on the significant shape of its wings.

Mr. Cogbill’s engineering class conducted an experiment from the very top of the student section on the football field today. “We’re using paper gliders to explore the Bernoulli’s principle,” Mr. Cogbill said. Bernoulli’s Principle explains that an aircraft can achieve lift based on the significant shape of its wings.

Erin Grier

Mr. Cogbill’s engineering class conducted an experiment from the very top of the student section on the football field today. “We’re using paper gliders to explore the Bernoulli’s principle,” Mr. Cogbill said. Bernoulli’s Principle explains that an aircraft can achieve lift based on the significant shape of its wings.

Erin Grier

Erin Grier

Mr. Cogbill’s engineering class conducted an experiment from the very top of the student section on the football field today. “We’re using paper gliders to explore the Bernoulli’s principle,” Mr. Cogbill said. Bernoulli’s Principle explains that an aircraft can achieve lift based on the significant shape of its wings.

Erin Grier, Reporter, Photographer

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