Lets say i have a wing with an engine attached to it like a propellor. And now i point the nose of my airplane up untill it is vertical.
Would the wing still generate lift because of the air flowing past it. Resulting in a backwards movement of the entire airplane?
EDIT I am suggesting that the plane is hovering vertical not gaining or losing any altitude.
This may sound very vague, so here an image hopefully to make it clearer:
So just to clarify, the brown thing should resemble a propellor.
the yellow line the horizontal normal orientation of a wing.
and the red arrow the resulted direction of the airfoil.
and the green lines the airflow.
As you may have guessed i am not an expert when it comes to planes and the physics behind it all. So pls let me know if more information or clarification is needed.