antidrag

antidrag

[¦an·tē′drag]
(aerospace engineering)
Describing structural members in an aircraft or missile that are designed or built to resist the effects of drag.
Referring to a force acting against the force of drag.
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Thus, the compaction density of concrete target around the tip of projectile decreases accordingly, which also improves the effect of antidrag and antiwear simultaneously.
Accordingly, the effects of convex structure on the antidrag and antifriction are also different.
The experiments proved that the DEM method is suitable to predict the projectile performance and the antidrag effect of convex nose surface increases with the increasing of initial penetration velocity.