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Definition of the noun aerodynamic force
What does aerodynamic force mean as a name of something?
- forces acting on airfoils in motion relative to the air (or other gaseous fluids)
Aerodynamic force is exerted on a body by the air in which the body is immersed, and is due to the relative motion between the body and the gas.
- also known as Full aerodynamic force
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by Frank Hitchens
Aerodynamic force coefficient The force coefficient is a dimensionless ratio between average dynamic pressure (aerodynamic force per unit area) and air stream dynamic pressure. The aerodynamic force coefficient associated with lift and ...
Encyclopedia of Insects (2009)
by Vincent H. Resh, Ring T. Cardé
The total aerodynamic force (thick arrow) acts perpendicular to the surface of the wing ...
by Joseph A. Angelo
aerodynamic force The LIFT (L) and/or DRAG (D) forces ...
Aeronautical Dictionary (2004)
With Emphasis on ATC Communications Terms by J. Deborah Balter
Aerodynamic Force - A force 1) acting on the ...
by Joseph A. Angelo
aerodynamic force The lift (L) and/or drag (D) forces exerted by a moving gas upon a body completely immersed in it. Lift acts in a direction normal to the flight ...
Volume 3 - Ballistics Calculations to Box-Jenkins Approach to Time Series Analysis and Forecasting by Jack Belzer, Albert G. Holzman, Allen Kent
Obtaining accurate aerodynamic force and moment results from ballistics tests, AGARD Conf. Proc. 10, The Fluid Dynamic Aspects of Ballistics (September 1966 ). 43. G. T. Chapman and D. B. Kirk, A method for extraction of aerodynamic ...
Federal Aviation Administration by Federal Aviation Administration Federal Aviation Administration
The upelevator position decreases the camber of the elevator and creates a downward aerodynamic force, which is greater than the normal taildown force that exists in straightandlevel flight. The overall effect causes the tail of the airplane to ...
by Rodney P. Carlisle
The use of some portion of the boat underwater— the hull itself, a centerboard, or a keel—provides a second force, as hydrodynamic force is generated beneath the ship while aerodynamic force is generated above it, allowing the vessel to be ...
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
High drag Low drag tor square shape for wing shape Flow lines Eddies aerodynamic drag aerodynamic force Fluid Mechanics, a force exerted on a body by the fluid surrounding it, either drag or lift, encountered due to a relative velocity ...
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