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This enabled the researchers to eliminate sources of contamination and get more reliable results, says Christian Kähler, a professor at the Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics at Universität der Bundeswehr München who co-authored the study.

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The team’s aerodynamics experts would normally have been on the site of the wind tunnel, which is in the English town of Bedford, during the test.

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Spoiler: it has something to do with the aerodynamics of the ball.

Americans built a fighter, the P-51, with aerodynamics that seemed to defy the laws of physics.

After all, aerodynamics and electrodynamics are just theories, too.

He knew very little about the laws of aerodynamics, about stress and strain and factors of safety.

The development of a new forage harvester based on principles of aerodynamics uncovered by missile engineers is another example.

We had classes everyday on engines, aerodynamics, and air craft identification.

It was about this time that he began his experiments in "aerodynamics."


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aerodynamics, such as: aeronautics, navigation, flight, and piloting.

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