Where do paper airplanes come from?
Paper airplanes are made from paper.
paper airplanes didin fact come before orvill wright.
There is no limit. Invent your own and get famous. There are many types of paper airplanes you can make them different the answer above is good but If you want to know different types of airplanes then you can look them up. But there are many types of paper airplanes
Design can effect paper airplanes just as it does real aircraft. Paper airplanes can be a huge variety of designs and be specialized, just as real aircraft. This can be for style or for performance.
99.999% of Americans know how to make paper airplanes
Yes, weight may affect paper airplanes, and this can be seen through a paper airplane's wing loading.
Make paper airplanes...
Lift makes paper airplanes fly, just as it does real planes. magic
airplanes were invented in the united states
The number of paper airplanes possible would be a function of their individual sizes. It could be one paper airplane, or many.
copy paper of printer paper
The earliest reference to paper airplanes I know is that Jack Northrop used paper airplanes in the 1930's to help in his ideas for flying wing airplanes.I believe that I can extend your history of paper airplanes back to at least 1908-1909.
yes because of its weight the weight brings it down
Gravity affects the paper planes by pushing them downwards. It does not act only on paper planes. It also affects real airplanes. no offence, but that was obvious....... -_-
Snowflakes, hearts, paper airplanes...
Well, if you want a certain TYPE of paper airplanes, and how many are there of that type, ask that. There is no real answer. A paper airplane is probably being made right now!
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.
There are many tutorials on the internet that show you how to make origami planes. (Paper airplanes.) You can find them by searching 'Paper Airplanes' on Google.
Usually one or more companies come together to design an airplane. They use a lot of paper to draw out their plans or they use computers.
Yasuaki Ninomiya has written: 'Collection of paper airplane plans' -- subject(s): Paper airplanes 'Jet-age jamboree' -- subject(s): Paper airplanes
paper airplanes fly because of lift.
copy paper fly the farthest.
its cause of paper .
The speed of paper airplanes vary by models.
paper airplanes glide while most real airplanes have a source of propulsion also in a paper air plane you fold, it in a real airplane you weld it together
The longest duration for a paper airplanes to remain aloft indoor is around 82 seconds.
Paper airplanes can be nominally divided into groups such as "darts" and "gliders", though the two groups are very generalized and contain many subgroups.
Airplanes--not just of the paper variety, spiral for all sorts of reasons. Instability may be a cause, or perhaps the aircraft has stalled and entered a spin.
Elmer A. Norvell has written: 'Airigami' -- subject(s): Paper airplanes, Origami 'Airigami' -- subject(s): Paper airplanes, Origami
if the paper is thicker it is a bit heavier and will not fly quite as far
The air causes paper airplanes to fly. Since it has a flat area when it's being thrown, it catches air which keeps it soaring in the air.
Copy paper airplanes are light and flow easily!
No, airplanes came first
it is a glider
Either you throw them or drop them.
Gliders, darts and tricksters
Richard Slade has written: 'Modeling in Clay, Plaster and Papier-MacHe' 'Paper airplanes; how to make airplane models from paper' -- subject(s): Airplanes, Models, Models and modelmaking, Paper airplanes 'Take a tin can' -- subject(s): Tin cans, Tinsmithing 'You can make a string puppet' -- subject(s): Marionettes, Puppet making 'Tissue paper craft' -- subject(s): Paper work, Tissue paper 'Take an egg box'
Yes because it differnt typres of airplanes are ment to do different things
construction paper airplanes fly further
There is no limit. There are books showing hundreds that have been made, but these show only a fraction of those known to date. Contests are held to develop paper airplanes to exceed limits previously achieved, so new ones are regularly made. No one can list the many millions of paper airplanes made to date.
Paper airplanes are great fun to make and children are often just as goos at adults at making them. One of the better sites for designs for paper airplanes is that of Alex Schultz which contains many paper airplane designs.
You use a piece of paper by writing on it or by folding it into shapes. You can make birds and animals or even airplanes from paper.
the regular 8x11 inch paper (A4) is an good size to make many airplanes
Although paper airplanes have a different origin than classic origami, they would nonetheless fall in to the same category. "Origami" actually translates literally into "folding paper", which would certainly include paper airplanes. If it's a model of an airplane then no,but if it's folded and it's paper ,then yeah it's origami.
its because paper airplanes dont have complex enough designs to look exatly like a plane, but there are definetly some who come close.
a plane that is well armored and fast and that can hold heavy weights
Parts of Paper Airplanes: Fuselage Wings Nose Tail (only on some)
it makes it drop faster