How a sail (and wing) works
"The air being deflected at the lower side of the wing is for most people easy to understand.
The air being also deflected by the upper side of the wing, by the Coanda effect, is harder to understand.
Later I continue about the Coanda effect, first something about what this theory results in.
(Submitted by Noel Sun Mar 28, 2004 )
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