noun: The dynamics of bodies moving relative to gases, especially the interaction of moving objects with the atmosphere.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
As mentioned, aerodynamics is an important factor to consider when learning how to build a rocket.
The radical change in aerodynamics of the exploding tank is what broke apart the orbiter.
The Magnus effect is one of many various quirks in aerodynamics that is just not scalable.
His deft touch streamlined the original manuscript and, to borrow a term from aerodynamics, much improved its drag ratio.
What it failed to create, however, was the kind of virtuous cycle of growing sales, growing profits and growing employment, all feeding off of one another, to keep the economy growing even as the stimulus wears off - "escape velocity," to borrow a term from aerodynamics.