Aerodynamics

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Aerodynamics is the scientific study of airflow around an object, as well as its principles. Aerodynamic principles are most commonly associated with the science of flight, but its applications are actually much broader. Such fields include car design, wind turbines, meteorology, as well as house design.[1]

References

  1. ScienceDaily. Home Shapes And Roofs That Hold Up Best In Hurricanes; ScienceDaily LLC; (21 June 2007) [1]
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