We use a shadowgram of the streamlining of a sperical particle giving off heat to explain the factors responsible for the change in the magnitude of the particle's aerodynamic drag.
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Basina, I.P., Maksimov, I.A. The effect of a change in the boundary layer of a spherical particle on its aerodynamic drag under nonisothermal conditions. Journal of Engineering Physics 16, 376–378 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01840642
- Boundary Layer
- Statistical Physic
- Spherical Particle
- Transport Phenomenon
- Aerodynamic Drag