aerodynamic drag

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A body moving through the air, such as an aeroplane flying in the Earth's atmosphere, experiences a force due to the flow of air over the surface of the body. The force is the sum of the aerodynamic drag, which is tangential to the flight path, and the lift, which is normal to the flight path.

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