accelerating wedge


accelerating wedge
клин обтекаемый ускоряющимся потоком

wedge bar — клин

grey wedge — серый клин

fox wedge — двойной клин

wedge angle — угол клина

drove a wedge — вбил клин


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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