airfoil


airfoil
1. аэродинамическая поверхность; крыло,
см. тж. wing;
<дв> перо лопатки; лопатка
2. аэродинамический профиль
aerodynamic airfoil
arbitrary airfoil
asymmetrical airfoil
blade airfoil
blown airfoil
bluff trailing-edge airfoil
cambered airfoil
cascaded airfoils
circular airfoil
circular arc airfoil
circulation control airfoil
circulation controlled airfoil
closed airfoil
computationally derived airfoil
conductive airfoil
cylindrical airfoil
deforming airfoil
elliptical airfoil
flat-plate airfoil
high-speed airfoil
humped airfoil
iced airfoil
jet-flap airfoil
Joukowski airfoil
Karman-Trefftz airfoil
laminar-flow airfoil
laminar-flow-control airfoil
low-drag airfoil
low-Re airfoil
membrane airfoil
multielement airfoil
NLF airfoil
no-moving-parts airfoil
oscillating airfoil
oscillatory airfoil
plunging airfoil
porous airfoil
prismatic airfoil
rigid airfoil
rotor airfoil
rounded-trailing-edge airfoil
sheared airfoil
shock-free airfoil
shockless airfoil
single component airfoil
single crystal turbine airfoil
snap-through airfoil
snapped airfoil
snapped out airfoil
snapped-in airfoil
stalled airfoil
stalling airfoil
supercritical airfoil
symmetrical airfoil
tail airfoil
tailored airfoil
thick airfoil
transonic airfoil
turbine airfoil
two-dimensional airfoil
two-dimensional multielement airfoil
unsnapped airfoil
unsteady airfoil
upstream airfoil
vibrating airfoil
wedge-shaped airfoil
wing airfoil
winglet airfoil

Авиасловарь. . 2004.

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  • airfoil — (n.) 1922, U.S. form of AEROFOIL (Cf. aerofoil) …   Etymology dictionary

  • airfoil — ☆ airfoil [er′foil΄ ] n. 1. a part with a flat or curved surface, as a wing, rudder, etc., specifically designed to keep an aircraft up or control its movements by reacting to the air through which it moves 2. a similar winglike surface designed… …   English World dictionary

  • Airfoil — An airfoil (in American English) or aerofoil (in British English) is the shape of a wing or blade (of a propeller, rotor or turbine) or sail as seen in cross section. An airfoil shaped body moved through a fluid produces a force perpendicular to… …   Wikipedia

  • airfoil — aeroplane aer *o*plane aeroplane a [ e]r*o*plane , n. [a[ e]ro + plane.] (A[ e]ronautics) 1. A light rigid plane used in a[ e]rial navigation to oppose sudden upward or downward movement in the air, as in gliding machines; specif., such a plane… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • airfoil — /air foyl /, n. Aeron. any surface, as a wing, aileron, or stabilizer, designed to aid in lifting or controlling an aircraft by making use of the air currents through which it moves. [1920 25; AIR1 + FOIL2] * * * Shaped surface, such as an… …   Universalium

  • airfoil — noun Date: circa 1922 a body (as an airplane wing or propeller blade) designed to provide a desired reaction force when in motion relative to the surrounding air …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • airfoil — noun a) A structure shaped to produce lift when moving in air. b) A wing of an aircraft. Syn: foil, wing …   Wiktionary

  • airfoil — n. surface (as in a wing, propeller, etc.) designed to aid in lifting and controlling an aircraft by means of air currents (Aeronautics) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • airfoil — noun North American term for aerofoil …   English new terms dictionary

  • airfoil — air•foil [[t]ˈɛərˌfɔɪl[/t]] n. aer. any surface, as a wing or stabilizer, designed to aid in lifting or controlling an aircraft by making use of the air currents through which it moves • Etymology: 1920–25 …   From formal English to slang

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