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aerodyne

[′e·rō‚dīn]
(aerospace engineering)
Any heavier-than-air craft that derives its lift in flight chiefly from aerodynamic forces, such as the conventional airplane, glider, or helicopter.

aerodyne

A heavier-than-air vehicle that can sustain its flight in air principally by self-generated aerodynamic forces and possibly by thrust produced by the engine. Aircraft and helicopters are two types of aerodynes.
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