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SHUNMA 21037 Aircraft Lift Principle Demonstration Teaching Instrument Wing Lift Principle and Gas Convection Experiment Model

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SHUNMA 21037 Aircraft Lift Principle Demonstration Teaching Instrument Wing Lift Principle and Gas Convection Experiment Model

Description:

Brand Name: SHUNMA

Item Name: Aircraft Lift Principle Model

Model: 21037

Weight: 3000g

Size: 53.5*18*28.5 cm

Material: Metal, Environmentally Friendly Plastic

Use voltage: The power supply of this instrument is 50Hz, 220±22V AC voltage

The purpose of the instrument:

This instrument has the courage to demonstrate and verify the principle of the lift generated by the wings of an aircraft when flying in the atmosphere. Its appearance is beautiful, the operation is simple, the verification number, and the interest is strong.

Instructions:

1. Before powering on the instrument, make sure that all parts are in the state of the schematic diagram (the aircraft model should pass through the two sliding rods on the flat bottom plate).

2. After confirming that there is no other abnormality, turn on the power switch and the internal motor is running. At this time, observe through the transparent cover, and the aircraft model will rise slowly… after the observation is completed, turn off its power switch

3. Through the air volume adjustment knob, the height of the aircraft model can be controlled

4. Take off the sliding lever pressing plate, take out the aircraft model smoothly with the sliding lever upwards, turn the model belly up, and the nose forward to load the model smoothly, cover the sliding lever pressing plate, and turn on the power switch of the instrument again. It is found that when the belly of the model is facing upwards, the model will no longer rise with the wind.

Package Included:

1 x Aircraft Lift Principle Model

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