the qualities of an object that affect the way it moves through the air
the science that deals with how objects move through air
Boeing hopes the distinctive look of the plane, as well as its aerodynamics, will make it a hit with carriers.
But when he looked at the scientific literature he found that the aerodynamics of their fins had not been fully explored.
Aerodynamics are improved by means of covered wheels and a touching of glass on the body.
The FIFA team also concluded that altitude is likely to alter the aerodynamics of the ball in a way that could catch players out.
Since there is no bulky engine up front, the car will also have a very low hood to help improve aerodynamics and give it a bold appearance.
We froze the engine and all that money was put into aerodynamics and other areas of the company.
We learn little about the economy by being consumers and producers, just as we do not become expert in aerodynamics as plane passengers.
The wind tunnel allows engineers to examine real-world aerodynamics around objects, to confirm or test their calculations.
Suzuka is a very demanding track, from a technical point of view, especially in terms of aerodynamics.
"They"ve technically got the prototype to a level where they are confident enough to start testing its flight systems and aerodynamics. "