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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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Its old model approach was to make petroleum-fueled engines more efficient and vehicles more aerodynamically streamlined.
The new aerodynamically efficient Swift Skin is made in one streamlined piece that stretches from head to skates.
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The waterproof, carpeted contraption is aerodynamically designed to trail behind a motorcycle with a 600-cubic-centimeter engine or a small car.
The body has been beefed up to cope aerodynamically without the roof and improve performance.
With the demise of Concorde, our mat is perhaps the most aerodynamically advanced object now in the air.
It features blister wheel arches, side skirts, low front spoiler and aerodynamically designed rear wing.
Its aerodynamically shaped body is constructed from a lightweight, honeycombed composite material over a welded, aluminum-tube frame.
Chariot Trailers are marketed as the 'Cadillac' of motorcycle trailers, noting the quality and beauty of these lightweight, aerodynamically designed transports.
The FCV has been designed not only to be aerodynamically efficient but also to symbolise water ,measuring 4,870mm long, 1,810mm wide and 1,535mm high that is the sole product of the hydrogen-oxygen reaction which powers hydrogen vehicles.
The PLUS package includes a seven-piece aerodynamically sound body kit developed by TRD (Toyota Racing Development), extending from the front bumper and lower fascia, along the custom side skirts and out to the rear bumper.