forebody


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forebody

(ˈfɔːˌbɒdɪ)
n, pl -dies
(Nautical Terms) nautical the part of a ship forward of the foremast
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The current study investigates the effect of changing the forebody shape of a vehicle on the behavior of the drag of a three model platoon.
Dp,solo] in the coefficient of forebody pressure drag due to the non-uniform flow and the inter-vehicle distance [15].
Here we are installing the upper forebody blocks of syntactic foam.
Contract Awarded for The construction and assembly of a new forebody
The current aerodynamic design for hypersonic vehicles is mainly for the demonstration vehicles which focused on minimizing resistance and the optimal matching between airframe and engine, and the forebody and engine inlet integrated design is the key issues for the configuration design.
The ESSM has an 8-inch diameter forebody that tapers to a 10-inch diameter rocket motor.
A Bezier surface, defined by several bulb geometrical parameters, has been used to model the forebody and to allow the modifications.
Peering is a common behavior in orthopteroid insects, and consists of standing in one location while moving the head and forebody back and forth, usually laterally and horizontally, along a line transverse to a line between the insect and the distant object.