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will it take off by Edward Claygold - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 13:28:02 EST ID:k67WqcIF No.7200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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what do u think?
John Bishforth - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 08:20:14 EST ID:/sJBFrLy No.7201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
tldr; no

This was done on the Mythbusters years ago;
However, the lift is generated because of the air moving over the wings, in the mythbusters case, the air was blown over the wings by the prop. As a 'normal' jet has its engines under the wings,
I hypothesize that this would produce insignificant airflow over the wings, thus not producing lift.
Archie Beffingworth - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 15:13:20 EST ID:Hy90UzYB No.7202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, but >>7201 is an idiot.
The treadmill has no effect on the engine being able to create thrurst regardless of propulsion type.
The plane won't be able to take off because the wings are wider than the vertical supports and either the planes forward motion will be stopped or the wings will be too damaged to fly.

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