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Definition of the noun aerodynamic lift
What does aerodynamic lift mean as a name of something?
- the component of the aerodynamic forces acting on an airfoil that opposes gravity
- lexical domain: Natural Phenomena - nouns denoting natural phenomena
- synonym of aerodynamic lift: lift
- more generic term: aerodynamic force = forces acting on airfoils in motion relative to the air
- more specific term: ground effect = apparent increase in aerodynamic lift experienced by an aircraft flying close to the ground
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The Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, Neuromuscular Aspects of Sports Performance (2011)
by Paavo V. Komi
The jumpers' different ability to utilize aerodynamic lift during takeoff is probably caused by the behavior of the air stream around the upper body before and during takeoff. The dramatic decrease in take-off time (Figure 6.17) found in all ...
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
a missile designed to utilize aerodynamic lift during flight. 2. a missile capable of flight only within an atmosphere. aerodynamic moment see moment. aerodynamic noise Acoustics, noise that is caused ...
by Clive Parry, John P. Grant, J. Craig Barker
the height at which aerodynamic lift ceases entirely and centrifugal force takes over (the Von Karman line, c. 52 miles); (vi) the height to which an aircraft depending only on aerodynamic lift, ...
Encyclopedia of Agrophysics (2011)
by Jan Gliński, Józef Horabik, Jerzy Lipiec
Six types of forces are distinguished: gravitational force FG, aerodynamic drag force FD, aerodynamic lift force FL, Magnus force FM, electric forceF E , and cohesive forceF C . Forces originating from particle–particle interactions in the air such ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
amodified limbsuitable for generating aerodynamic lift.Wing membranes orpatagia are stretched between bonyelements. In birdsthe wing surface is increased by largeflight feathers ...
by Homero E. Martinez
A series of flight vehicles that require air passing over an airfoil to generate aerodynamic lift, such as airplanes, gliders, helicopters and kites, either piloted or un-piloted. Heavies (Airlines): See Heavy ...
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