Part 1 – Tumble Glider
Explanation of Bernoulli’s Principle
When air is moving faster than the other air around it the faster moving air creates an area of low pressure which means the slower moving air is at a higher pressure. So if you have fast moving air flowing over top of an object and slow moving air flowing underneath the object the higher pressure from the slow moving air will push the object up because of the lower pressure created by the fast moving air on top.
Picture that Visualizes Bernoulli’s
Video of Test Flight