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Definition of Aerodynamical
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Literary usage of Aerodynamical
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1. The Eyes of the Army and Navy by Albert H. Munday (1917)
"Kx " Angle of Incidence aerodynamical Efficiency. ... The maximum aerodynamical Efficiency is just over 14, and occurs at 4 degrees to 6 degrees angle of ..."
2. Aeronautical Engineering and Airplane Design by Alexander Klemin, Thomas Henri Huff (1918)
"Chapter III Elements of aerodynamical Theory—Continued Skin Friction Skin friction may be defined as the total resistance of a thin plate moving edgewise ..."
3. Report of the Secretary and the Financial Report of the Executive Committee by Smithsonian Institution (1915)
"... aerodynamical LABORATORY. The Langley aerodynamical Laboratory was reopened under resolution of the Board of ..."
4. Aero and Hydro: America's Aviation Weekly by Aero Club of Illinois (1912)
"A NECESSITY TO PROGRESS The opening of the new Eiffel aerodynamical laboratory at Auteuil, France, marks the beginning of another epoch in the progress in ..."
5. The Scientific Monthly by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1916)
"After a study of the principal aerodynamical laboratories of Europe, it «as decided to reproduce at Boston the four-foot diameter wind tunnel of the ..."