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- Sep 4, 2003
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It will not take off. Thrust has no relevance in this equation.
Airflow over the wing causes an area of low pressure above the wing, the wings shape facilitates this. The area under the wing has normal pressure so the wing is sucked up into the low pressure.
Engines on a plane are used to propel it forward through the air, forcing air over the wings and creating the aforementioned areas of low pressure.
If there is not enough airflow over the wing the pressure variance is not great enough to sustain lift and the craft enters into a stall; this has nothing to do with stalling the engines.
So, regardless of ground speed if there is no flow over the wing there is not lift and it cannot take off.
How can you be sure it won't take off? Have you tried it??