Base drag | Article about base drag by The Free Dictionary
base drag[′bās ‚drag]
Drag owing to a base pressure lower than the ambient pressure; it is a part of the pressure drag.
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It was denoted that at the tail of the model, the faintish separate had already appeared, so the base drag
at the tail results from the bullet's wake; a tapered heel or boattail bullet minimizes base drag
but is of little practical advantage for hunting inside 300 yards.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- US government officials began contacting attorneys of Guantanamo Bay inmates who are being force-fed as the hunger strike on the prison base drags
past the two-month mark.