Whay do the wings of an airplane and the blades of a helicopter's rotor have in common?
- FastbobLv 51 decade agoBest Answer
They are both airfoils and they both produce lift.
- suzetteLv 43 years ago
the two. Helicopter blades are initially pitched like fan blades yet create raise like plane wings. The blades are additionally variably pitched so the helicopter can pitch and roll however the yaw is controlled by potential of the tailrotor, which additionally acts like a fan and plane wings different than controlled with the rudder pedals.
- 1 decade ago
they both provide lift to lift the aircraft off the ground
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- Terry ZLv 51 decade ago
They're both airfoils.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
They are both airfoils.