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aerodynamic

[‚e·rō·dī′nam·ik]
(fluid mechanics)
Pertaining to forces acting upon any solid or liquid body moving relative to a gas (especially air).
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The constant aerodynamic loads can be determined as [14, 15]
This chapter analyses granular materials intended for pollutant catalysis, low aerodynamic resistance, resistance to erosion and the possibility of cleaning gas polluted air with suspended particles, when the concentration of suspended particles inside does not exceed 2 mg[m.
The relationship between aerodynamic force and instantaneous flapping angle was shown fig5.
A vehicle's drag coefficient or "CD" is an indication of the vehicle's aerodynamic shape.
One of BORGWARD's first aerodynamic milestones was the "Windspiel", a four-door saloon that was developed in 1936 and presented at the Berlin Motor Show in March 1937.
The aerodynamic torque is given by the asymmetrical shape of a profile and by the lift force moment in respect to the axis of resolution (pole).
Aerodynamic (wind) loads on ships in open seaports are similar to those on ships offshore.
Finally, he quoted a Salford University study on aerodynamic sound but failed to say that it concluded, "it might be prudent to carry out further research", but was ignored by government.
The aerodynamic shape reduces the drag on the vehicles, meaning that they use 10 per cent less fuel than the more conventional models.
Once up there, the wing's edge flexed as sensors measured how aerodynamic, or streamlined, it was in various positions.
During wind tunnel tests last spring, Kota says, the prototype wing resisted aerodynamic forces more than three times as great as those expected in flight.
ENERGY RESOURCE-14 November 2006-STUDY: Aerodynamic Technologies on Tractor-Trailer Trucks Could Save One Billion Gallons of Fuel Annually(C)2006 JeraOne - http://www.

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