Parasitic drag

The different types of parasitic drag are proportional to the square of the air speed. This means that if you double the air speed, you quadruple the parasitic drag.

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Resources

AIM 2018 (12oct2017)

Aircraft Climb Speeds

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Aviation Exam (links to other free FAA resources)

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