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Definition of the noun aerodynamics

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noun

  1. the branch of mechanics that deals with the motion of gases (especially air) and their effects on bodies in the flow
    • example: I don't understand the aerodynamics.
    • lexical domain: Cognitive Processes - nouns denoting cognitive processes and contents
    • synonym of aerodynamics: aeromechanics
    • more generic word: mechanics = the branch of physics concerned with the motion of bodies in a frame of reference

Alternative definition of the noun aerodynamics

noun

  1. The science of the dynamics of bodies moving relative to gases, especially the interaction of moving objects with the atmosphere

Specialised definition of the noun aerodynamics

Glossary of sports

branch of fluid dynamics that deals with the forces and effects of air on objects moving through air. (Mark H. Anshel. 1991. Dictionary of the Sport and Exercise Sciences. Human Kinetics Books Champaign, Illinois)

the science of dynamics and the interaction of moving objects with the atmosphere (2006. Dictionary of Sport and Exercise Science. A&C Black Publishers Ltd)

science or theory of the effects of flowing gases (air). In sport aerodynamics play a significant role in those disciplines and movement forms where air and wind influence movement velocity. Important aspects are the taking of movement positions (aerodynamic position) as well as the design of sports equipment, which reduce air resistance if possible; examples are the monoposto position (tuck position) in alpine skiing, the external form (fairing) of equipment in automobile and motorcycle racing as well as in aeronautical sport (glider, hang glider), but also "streamlined" sport clothing such as suits for skating, downhill skiing, ski jumping, bobsleds, and luge. Therefore, the laws of aerodynamics play an essential role in the development of sports equipment and material in regard to optimal conditions for competition. (Herbert Haag & Gerald Haag. 2003. Dictionary. Sport, Physical Education, Sport Science. Kiel, Institut für Sport und Sportwissenschaften)

Business

Aerodynamics Málaga is a charter airline and flight school based in Málaga, Spain.

Writings

"Aerodynamics" is a book by Frederick W. Lanchester.

  • also known as "Aerodynamics: constituting the first volume of a complete work on aerial flight"; "Aerodynamics: constituting the first volume of a complete work on aerial flight, with appendices on the velocity and momentum of sound waves, on the theory of soaring flight, etc"; "Aerodynamics, constituting the first volume of a complete work on aerial flight"

Music

  1. "AeroDynamics" is a musical album of Synth.nl.
    • released on (7 years ago)
  2. "Aerodynamics" is a musical album of Dubcity Fanatikz.
    • released in (13 years ago)

Miscellanea

Aerodynamics, from Greek ἀήρ aer + δυναμική, is a branch of dynamics concerned with studying the motion of air, particularly when it interacts with a solid object, such as an airplane wing. Aerodynamics is a sub-field of fluid dynamics and gas dynamics, and many aspects of aerodynamics theory are common to these fields. The term aerodynamics is often used synonymously with gas dynamics, with the difference being that "gas dynamics" applies to the study of the motion of all gases, not limited to air.

  • also known as 空气动力学

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Google previewGateway to Engineering (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Aerodynamics: Aerodynamics is a branchof dynamics concerned with studying the motion of air, particularly when it interacts with a moving object. Aerodynamics is a subfield of fluid dynamics and gas dynamics, with much theory shared ...

Google previewPrinciples of Highway Engineering and Traffic Analysis (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Aerodynamics is a subfield of fluid dynamics and gas dynamics, with much theory shared between them. Aerodynamics is often usedsynonymously with gas dynamics, with the difference being that gas dynamics applies toallgases. Reliability: Reliability of semiconductor devicescanbe summarized as follows: • Semiconductor devices arevery sensitive to impurities and particles. Therefore, to manufacture these devices it is necessary to manage many processes while accurately ...

Google previewVan Nostrand’s Scientific Encyclopedia (2013)

by Douglas M. Considine, Glenn D. Considine

Aerodynamics is the study of the interaction between (1) a fluid, most frequently air, that is stationary or in motion (wind), and (2) a solid object that (a) is essentially stationary (fixed), such as a building, chimney, bridge, or that (b) is in motion, such as an airborne or...

Aerodynamics is a complex, essentially mathematical and geometric science, but also one that has learned much from nature, rediscovering as it were the streamlining of birds, insects, and fast-moving land mammals.

Google previewIntroductory Physics, Building Understanding Version 1.1 (2016)

Physics, Physics by CTI Reviews

Aerodynamics is a subfield of fluid dynamics and gas dynamics, with much theory shared between them. Aerodynamics is often used synonymously with gas dynamics, with the difference being that gas dynamics applies to all gases. Binding energy is the mechanical energy required to disassemble a whole into separate parts. A bound system typically has a lower potential energy than its constituent parts; this is what keeps the system togetheroften this means that energy is released ...

Google previewNASA's Role in Aeronautics (1981)

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Turbulence Aerodynamics is a discipline that occupies a very peculiar position in the physical sciences. The equations of motion for fluids have long been known, and it should be possible, in principle, to solve the equations numerically. This is not generally the ...

Google previewCleft Lip and Palate: Current Surgical Management, An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery, (2014)

by Thomas J Sitzman

Speech Aerodynamics Speech aerodynamics is a procedure to measure the mechanical properties of airflow and air pressure during speech production (Fig. 8).20–22,24 The aerodynamic procedure involves the use of oral and nasal catheters that are connected to pressure transducers, ...

Google previewA Guide to Speech Production and Perception (2011)

by Mark Tatham, Katherine Morton

REMINDER: AERODYNAMICS Aerodynamics is a branch of physics dealing with the movement of air. In speech production we use the term to cover anything involving airflow and air pressure.

Google previewAdvanced UAV Aerodynamics, Flight Stability and Control (2017)

Novel Concepts, Theory and Applications by Pascual Marqu?s, Andrea Da Ronch

For very blunt shapes, the most important hypersonic simulation parameter for aerodynamics is the density ratio across the normal portion of the bow shock or corresponding value of ratio of specific heats within the shock layer for continuum flow. In the continuum flow regime, Mach number effects for Mach numbers in excess of five are generally negligible (the Mach number independence principle ), as are viscous effects on the forebody where the boundary layer is quite thin.

Google previewSeven Wonders of Transportation (2010)

by Ron Fridell

Aerodynamics is the study of how air flows around objects. To make bikes more streamlined, designers use a structure called a wind tunnel. Inside the tunnel, wind from a giant fan blows past a bicycle and a dummy rider bolted to the seat. Machines measure how easily the wind moves past the bicycle. The more quickly and smoothly the air moves, the faster the bike can go. Designers keep making changes to build bikes with the greatest possible speed. The world's most widely used ...

Google previewThe Science of Car Racing (2014)

by Karen Latchana Kenney

Aerodynamics is the study of this airflow. Understanding how to adjust it can give drivers an edge on the track. study of airflow to reduce aerodynamics—the air resistance 14 Engineers design a race car to let air flow smoothly.

Google previewA First Course on Aerodynamics

Aerodynamics is an important branch of Aerospace Engineering. There are three components in modern aerodynamic studies. They are experimental, theoretical ( analytical or semi analytical) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) approaches respectively. Each approach has its own advantages and disadvantages. Usually the most effective approach is to amalgamate both experimental and theoretical/ CFD investigation in a most rational manner to solve a particular problem.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Aerodynamics (2015)

by Frank Hitchens

Aerodynamics, a branch of physical science, is the study of the motion of a body (aircraft) moving through the air and the reaction of the air when disturbed by the body, as opposed to stationary air (aerostatics) . The name aerodynamics (aerios dynamis) was taken from the Greek language where aerios is associated with the air and dynamis means force . The modern term of aerodynamics was first introduced in 1837 in the Popular Encyclopedia, which to quote, ...

Google previewThe Visual Dictionary of Sports & Games - Sports & Games (2009)

leans forward to improve aerodynamics and places the skis in a V position to promote lift and prolong flight. landing The landing is made in telemark position, with one leg placed slightly ahead of the other; this distributes landing impact throughout the entire body. snowshoes Wide soles that come in a variety of shapes. 137 WINTER SPORTS.

Google previewEncyclopedia of World Scientists (2007)

by Elizabeth H. Oakes

AeroDYnAMIcs enGIneerInG Flügge- Lotz, Irmgard AeronAutIcAL enGIneerInG Brill, Yvonne Claeys Darden, Christine MacGill, Elsie Gregory Rockwell, Mabel MacFerran Sikorsky, Igor Widnall, Sheila E. AerosPAce MeDIcIne Long, Irene Duhart AerosPAce tecHnoLoGY Johnson, Katherine Coleman Goble AGrIcuLturAL cHeMIstrY Carver, George Washington AGrIcuLturAL scIentIst Lawes, John Bennett Tull,Jethro AGronoMY Borlaug, Norman ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Construction, Surveying, and Civil Engineering (2012)

by Christopher Gorse, David Johnston, Martin Pritchard

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Google previewA Dictionary of Environmental History (2013)

by Ian Whyte

Free flow of air is interrupted by tall tower blocks located to give the best views rather than in relation to aerodynamics. Cyclones are common in summer and landslides are frequent after heavy rain. In 1991 the former colony was handed back to the People's Republic of China. horsegram | Huaynaputina horsegram A bean (Macrotyloma uniflorum) widely grown 241.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Linguistics (2013)

by Philipp Strazny

Volume 1 A Acoustic Phonetics Acquisition Acquisition Theories Aerodynamics of the Vocal Tract Affixation African American Vernacular English Afroasiatic Age and Language Agreement Ainu Akan and Nyo Languages Albanian Algeria Altaic Ambiguity American Sign Language Amharic and Ethiopian Semitic Languages Analogical Change Anaphora Anatomy of the Articulatory System Anatomy of the Auditory System Ancient Egyptian Ancient Greek Animals and Human Language ...

Google previewNuttall's spelling bee guide, condensed from Nuttall's standard pronouncing dictionary, Warne's ed (1876)

by P Austin Nuttall

Aerodynamics, ayr-o-de-nam-iks — the science which treats of the Aerolite, ayr'-o-lite — a meteoric stone. [motion of air. Aerological, ayr-o-lodj'-ik-al— pertaining to aerology. Aerology, ayr-ol'-o-je — a description of the air. Aerometer, ayr-om'-e-ter—axi instrument for measuring air. [ loon. Aeronaut, ayr'-e-nawi — one who sails or floats in the air, as in a balAerophobia, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of 20th-Century Technology (2005)

by Colin Hempstead, William Worthington

The German program covered vehicle and rail interaction, vehicle design (including aerodynamics and ...

Google previewDictionary of Automotive Engineering (2016)

by Don Goodsell

Some, like aerodynamics, derive from classical sources. Many can be traced back to an earlier craft or trade, while the numerous eponyms take the name of an inventor or manufacturer whose identity may become lost in the passage of time – terms as old as the Hooke's joint or as recent as the MacPherson strut. Some are coined by the engineer, some by the salesman, and some by the legislator. They all go into the vernacular melting pot and emerge as part of a living language to ...

Google previewDictionary of Acronyms and Technical Abbreviations (2001)

For Information and Communication Technologies and Related Areas by J. Vlietstra

Advanced Automatic Directional Solidification Furnace Advanced Computational Aerodynamics Applied Automated Engineering Architecture & Architectural Engineering Audible Alarm Equipment American Association of Electrical Engineers American Association (of) Engineering Societies Average Annual Growth Rate Administrative Authority Identifier Alliance Against Internet Defamation An Analytical Information Management System Absolute Assembly Language Asynchronous ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of International Sports Studies (2012)

by Roger Bartlett, Chris Gratton, Christer G. Rolf

Zachwieja Aerodynamics of sails Jani Macari Pallis Aesthetics ...

Google previewThe American Heritage Science Dictionary (2005)

by American Heritage Dictionary

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