drag factor


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To correct this, think "pick up" rather than "pull back." Starting with your rodtip low to the water and pointing directly at your fly, raise your rod hand vertically (not back) to pluck your line off the surface, thereby eliminating the water tension, and drag factor. Do it right, and only your leader and fly will be in the water as you start the backcast.
Nosler's Reduced Drag Factor (RDF) line of bullets is made for recreational and competitive long-range shooting.
The advanced technologies in the car, ranging from LED headlamps and concealed door handles in the design, appear to people as they approach the vehicle, which emphasises the concept of Velar optical reduction, and also reduces the drag factor to an efficient 0.32, the lowest ever among Land Rover vehicles.
There's a 55-grain Ballistic Tip rated at 3,350 fps, a 55-grain E-Tip at 3,300 fps I (designed for deer), a 62-grain HP rated at 3,100 fps, a 70-grain Reduced Drag Factor Match bullet at 3,000 fps, and a 77-grain HP Match load rated at 2,950 fps.
Named the RDF for Reduced Drag Factor, the company's new bullet features refinements engineered to combat air friction.
The super-sleek drag factor of just 0.23Cd makes this not only the most aerodynamic Mercedes model to date but also one of the most aerodynamic production vehicles in the world.
There's nothing particularly exciting about the shape but it's likely to chime with buyers in the compact Crossover segment and has a relatively sleek 0.29Cd drag factor.
It's quite slippery too for something you might expect to be boxy and bluff, the 0.33Cd drag factor sleeker than that of a Nissan Micra.
This post-2011 facelift model got smarter projector-style headlamps and restyled bumpers that helped deliver a sleeker 0.33 Cd drag factor.
This post-2011 facelift model got smarter projectorstyle headlamps and restyled bumpers that helped deliver a sleeker 0.33 Cd drag factor.
The latest Education For All Global Monitoring Report recently released worldwide by the UNESCO acknowledges the headway made by India in improving access to education but the country's population of illiterate adults has been identified as the drag factor. India reportedly has the largest population of illiterate adults in the world with 287 million.