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a. the stream of air forced backwards by an aircraft propeller
b. a stream of air behind any moving object
The stream of air forced backward over the fuselage, tail units, and other parts of an airplane by a propeller. See spiraling slipstream
slipstreamTo fix a bug or add enhancements to software without identifying such inclusions by creating a new version number.
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Harper alumnus James also contributed state-of-the-art digital wind tunnel software that made Neil's slipstreaming
Power is vital at the low-downforce track but overtaking is possible, normally by slipstreaming
down the straights or under braking.
Driving is livened up by nitro boosts, slipstreaming
and the ability to shift the weight of your car in mid-air.