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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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According to Mike Stowell, chief technology officer at Aviation Partners Boeing, the Split Scimitar Winglets for alt the 737 Next Generation aircraft will be aerodynamically the same.
Wirth's CFD (computational fluid dynamics) programme where cars are tested aerodynamically using supercomputers rather than the far more traditional wind tunnels, still has its doubters.
Aerodynamically designed, the Rapala MaxRap is just right for beach, shoreline and pier anglers.
A new front bumper and grille have been aerodynamically enhanced to deliver more down-force while carbon composite and aluminium honeycomb struts create a more rigid body.
A new front bumper and grille have been aerodynamically enhanced to deliver more downforce, while carbon composite and aluminium honeycomb struts have been fitted to create a more rigid body.
Our next generation Innovia Monorail 300 system combines service-proven driverless technology with the latest in wide-bodied, lightweight, aerodynamically styled monorail trains.
One of the best is the aerodynamically engineered Hampton Bay Gossamer Windward Ill product that is sold by Home Depot.
30pm today; practice 10am-11am tomorrow, qualifying 1pm tomorrow; race 1pm Sunday Circuit characteristics A well-balanced car that works well aerodynamically in fast corners is essential.
The cars are due to look aerodynamically different, slick tyres are being re-introduced, while teams will have the option to use the new Kinetic Energy Recovery System.
The American Twister reloads in 30 seconds, requires no replacement hardware and is aerodynamically streamlined for low drag, which will save on gas.
Horton has introduced the newest version of its WindMaster fan series, the WindMaster Plastic MS9, an aerodynamically shaped nine-blade fan designed specifically to meet the increased cooling needs of low-emissions engines.