Definition of Aerodynamic lift
1. Noun. The component of the aerodynamic forces acting on an airfoil that opposes gravity.
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Literary usage of Aerodynamic lift
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1. Journal by Helicopter Association of Great Britain (1894)
"MWb Lbs. Ft. Resultant blade centrifugal force Cp Lbs. Moment of resultant blade centrifugal force about flapping hinge Mcp Lbs. Ft. aerodynamic lift per ..."
2. Practical Aviation: An Understandable Presentation of Interesting and by Charles Brian Hayward (1919)
"... the lifting power available to overcome the force of gravity, known as the aerodynamic lift L, resulting from the action of the air vertically upward on ..."
3. The Design of Aeroplanes by Arthur William Judge (1916)
"The aerodynamic lift (L) of the wings (and other supporting surfaces), acting through the Centre of of Pressure (CP). 3. The total head resistance (R) of ..."
4. A Late Triassic Footprint Fauna from the Culpeper Basin, Northern Virginia by Robert E. Weems (1987)
"Although probably not capable of flight, this animal seemed to develop sufficient aerodynamic lift to run easily at high speed and to maneuver quickly over ..."
5. Useful Knowledge: The American Philosophical Society Millennium Program by Alexander G. Bearn, American Philosophical Society (1999)
"In particular, Peskin found that aerodynamic lift exerted by the flow of blood on the leaves of the valves is a crucial part of the mechanism of closing, ..."
6. Proliferation: Threat & Response by William J. Perry (1997)
"... definition: "A cruise missile is an unmanned, self-propelled vehicle that sustains flight through the use of aerodynamic lift over most of its flight. ..."