Definition of Aerodynamic. Meaning of Aerodynamic. Synonyms of Aerodynamic

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Definition of Aerodynamic

Aerodynamic
Aerodynamic A"["e]r*o*dy*nam"ic, a. Pertaining to the force of air in motion.

Meaning of Aerodynamic from wikipedia

- eighteenth century, although observations of fundamental concepts such as aerodynamic drag were recorded much earlier. Most of the early efforts in aerodynamics...
- The aerodynamic force is the force exerted on a body by the air (or some other gas) in which the body is immersed, and is due to the relative motion between...
- change in angle of attack and is thus impractical for aerodynamic analysis. Instead the aerodynamic center is used and as a result the incremental lift...
- "Aerodynamic" is an instrumental track by Daft Punk, featuring a prominent guitar solo. The track was released on 28 March 2001 as the second single from...
- Aerodynamic heating is the heating of a solid body produced by its high-speed p****age through air (or by the p****age of air past a static body), whereby...
- of the motion of air. Aerodynamic may also refer to: "Aerodynamic" (instrumental), a 2001 instrumental by Daft Punk Aerodynamic center Aerobraking Automotive...
- volume as that of the irregular particle. Also commonly used is the aerodynamic diameter,  da. For a monodis**** aerosol, a single number—the particle...
- Median aerodynamic diameter (MAD) is one of two parameters influencing the deposition of inhaled particles, the other being the geometric standard deviation...
- to the flow. If the surrounding fluid is air, the force is called an aerodynamic force. In water or any other liquid, it is called a hydrodynamic force...
- without contact with the surface. This can be achieved by generating aerodynamic lift ****ociated with propulsive thrust, aerostatically using buoyancy...
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