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ideal helicopter rotor design
 -  152 posts  -  34 authors  - Last post:  Dec 29, 2001 The aerodynamic force vector is divided into two vectors, one normal (perpendicular) to the flight path termed "lift", and one parallel to the flight path "termed" ...http://groups.google.com/g/f847feef/t/bd752f07e0089c30/d/9ec63f0891d1a80a?...

Vindtryk udfra vindhastighed
 -  76 posts  -  12 authors  - Last post:  Jul 10, 2004 Adding up (integrating) the pressure variation times the area around the entire body determines the aerodynamic force on the body. [...] Now adding up the ...http://groups.google.com/g/09d7fefb/t/3fc2aa71d5a73bb3/.../8a529f13c9917051?...

Davis equation
 -  9 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Oct 15, 2003 Yes, if you discount the aerodynamic force, that's quite right. You can even include the aerodynamic force provided you don't change the gross train weight and ...http://groups.google.com/g/c387feff/t/ffb12b841db63d67/d/dc370ef42965b904?...

Summary: Technical question about heeling and turning
 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Dec 17, 1995 The aerodynamic force, which is the sum of all the forces on the sails, is thought of ... The aerodynamic force from the sails points mostly sideways (parallel to the ...http://groups.google.com/g/b487fef1/t/7efa813752af4ba1/d/7aeb7af1721e9a2a?...

Shortening up the ball...
 -  22 posts  -  10 authors  - Last post:  Aug 12, 2003 Why determine aerodynamic force in relation to the linear motion of a solid object when aerodynamic force does not require the linear or circular motion of a ...http://groups.google.com/g/a027fefa/t/290b54edc2be926a/.../51e5ad94cba77b81?...

finding a plane's center of pressure?
 -  4 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Aug 23, 1993 All the aerodynamic force on a wing is generated either by pressure (normal force) or shear stress (tangential force)... ...There is no invisible hand reaching out ...http://groups.google.com/g/b347feff/t/6a7a0dcabdbd7d5/d/50d7f93fac5219b3?...