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the branch of mechanics that deals with the motion of gases (especially air) and their effects on bodies in the flow

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It had been reported aerodynamicist John Illey was on gardening leave after being poached by rivals Team Lotus.
My mother always said, Jews don't drag race," said Ken Rappaport, the Spectre team's aerodynamicist, who is also Jewish.
With technical director Sam Michael and chief aerodynamicist Jon Tomlinson resigning, albeit continuing in their positions until the end of the season, Parr believes Coughlan will prove his worth.
The Superbus will tackle the challenges of mobility, spatial planning, service detail and environmental demands all in one," said chief designer Antonia Terzi, the Italian former chief aerodynamicist of the BMW-Williams Formula 1 team.
To evaluate drag force, an aerodynamicist could apply the Navier-Stokes equations to the airspace around the car and mathematically obtain the drag value.
He worked for four years, after working with us, as the head aerodynamicist for Toyota Formula One; came back here to Indiana to run the motorsports education program for IUPUI.
Patel started his career as an aerodynamicist following a BSc in Aeronautical Engineering and a PhD in unsteady boundary layers.
The team's technical director Nick Wirth is returning to F1 following a ten-year hiatus after becoming disillusioned with the sport, having previously run the Simtek team and spent four years at Benetton as chief designer and aerodynamicist.
The team's technical director Nick Wirth is returning to F1 after a 10-year hiatus after becoming disillusioned with the sport, having previously run the Simtek team and spent four years at Benetton as chief designer and aerodynamicist.
Once upon a time, a Swiss aerodynamicist had the idea of applying air resistance equations to insects.
I am no engineer or aerodynamicist, but I am always asking questions, as much as they all do the same of me.
We collaborated with some Dodge employees in Michigan, a Nascar team in South Carolina, an aerodynamicist in Washington and my team in California.
Shortly before emigrating to Turkey, on 10 June 1933, an eminent mathematician and applied scientist, Richard von Mises, wrote to the great Hungarian aerodynamicist Theodore von Karman, who had emigrated to the United States and founded the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences in California, about a young German, Walter Tollmien, who was looking for a position,
Renamed Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport in 2004 after the famous Romanian aerodynamicist, the airport is in the throes of a development and modernisation plan, the first components of which were opened in September last year.
I am an aeronautical engineer, an aerodynamicist and a designer,'' he told Aviation Week & Space Technology.