What does hydrodynamic mean?
hydrodynamic s is how quilkiy a object can travel in a fluid. example: a person swimming in water
The equation for hydrodynamic drag force: drag force equals to fluid density times square speed of object times cross sectional area times drag coefficient and divided by two. The drag coefficient is usually dimensionless and the speed of object here refers to the speed of object in relation to the fluid.
The LZR Razor is not made out of sharkskin; however, it is designed to simulate the hydrodynamic properties of sharkskin. Sharks are able to achieve great swimming speeds in part due to their rough skin, which helps them glide through the water. The LZR swimsuits are similar in design. They also squeeze the body into a more hydrodynamic shape.