External Aerodynamics

External Aerodynamics

External Aerodynamics is the which involves the flow of air on the solid objects externally. The lift and drag on an airplane is one of the best example for the external aerodynamics. External aerodynamic streams can be frequently experienced in the industry with applications counting the liquid movement over a level plate (inclination or parallel to the free stream speed), the stream over bended surfaces such as a circle, barrel, airfoil, or turbine blade, air streaming around a plane, ground vehicles or water streaming around submarines.

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