The more gravity the shorter it will fly. * Gravity has very little to do with aerodynamics. Aerodynamics is the study of the motion of an object through a medium ie. air or water and the disturbances in causes in that medium ie. turbulence etc. The only contribution gravity makes is to the density of that medium.
Aerodynamics and fluid mechanics.
Yes, they do. Anything around which air ever moves has aerodynamics. It may not be crucial for you to know the aerodynamics of your mailbox, but in some regions it may be important.
Aerodynamics reduces drag in moving objects, this relates to physics because physics involves movement and forces.
lift and gravity are related because they are both forces of aerodynamics
It falls under physics along with gravity.
Thrust to over come gravity, a guiding system and a knowledge of aerodynamics.
Insects fly by air aerodynamics lift,thrust,drag,gravity! Sheesh use your brains!
aerodynamics can be tested by a wind tunnel
the aerodynamics is the stupid answer that no one knows
1) Structure (strength 2) Aerodynamics 3) Thrust 4) Stability 5) Center of Gravity (CG)
internal aerodynamics and external aerodynamics. internal is related to flow of ducts and external to going away from the bodies.
Raymond W. Prouty has written: 'More helicopter aerodynamics' -- subject(s): Helicopters, Aerodynamics 'Practical helicopter aerodynamics' -- subject(s): Helicopters, Aerodynamics
Alfred Gessow has written: 'Aerodynamics of the helicopter' -- subject(s): Aerodynamics, Helicopters 'A survey of computational aerodynamics in the United States' -- subject(s): Aerodynamics, Data processing
It depends on the model (RS/GS/GT). The car has no governor and will travel as fast as it physically can (aerodynamics, horsepower, torque, gravity, etc)