aerodynamic phenomena

aerodynamic phenomena

[‚e·ro·dī′nam·ik fə′näm·ə·nə]
(fluid mechanics)
Acoustic, thermal, electrical, and mechanical effects, among others, that result from the flow of air over a body.
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In order to demonstrate the capability of previously used URANS simulations in the analysis of aerodynamic phenomena and interactions of a CROR, an isolated 6 x 6 puller CROR configuration is put forward built on the isolated SRP configuration mentioned above by installing another propeller of the same blade geometry and blade numbers behind the propeller of the SRP configuration, as shown in Figure 8.
For the reasons noted here, research conducted in recent years has focused on dynamic aerodynamic phenomena, and the results have made clear the importance of time-related changes in the aerodynamic forces acting on vehicles.
Future work will focus on the deep evaluation and modification of these methods at high angle of attack where more complex and nonlinear aerodynamic phenomena take place.
OThere is an aerodynamic phenomena called interference drag that occurs when two lifting surfaces intersect.
Measurements of the air flow in this region could help correlate the sound changes to the aerodynamic phenomena.
The goals of the test included the increase in speed to over Mach seven, the investigation of thermodynamic and aerodynamic phenomena, the gather of information on the effects of structural mechanics and the testing of components and samples of materials.