Drag effects paper airplane just as it affects anything else that moves. It is either parasitic or induced on paper airplanes. Drag may reduce a paper airplanes speed and/or range.
A parachute of any material on a paper airplane will create drag, which may reduce its range and speed.
Yes, the design of a paper airplane can effect its performance.
The effect of a hole on a paper airplane would depend on the type of paper airplane the hole is on, and where it is on the aircraft.
It slows the plane down.
lift ,thrust ,drag and gravity/weight/mass
its cause of paper .
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First law: The speed of the paper airplane remains constant unless acted upon by an external force. At launch, until thrown by someone, the airplane is at rest. In the air, drag (friction) is slowing the aircraft down.Second law: The airplane's acceleration at every instant is equal to the sum of all the forces on it divided by its mass.Third law: As the paper airplane's wings generate lift, they are subject to gravity. When thrown, the airplane has thrust, but drag is also generated.
The shape of a paper airplane impacts its performance characteristics, including its glide range.
It falls slowly because it is light, but also because the rough, flexible paper has more drag than stiffer writing paper.
bigger, there is more drag in proportion as it gets smaller, but other factors of strength and weight may have to be taken into account