drag effect

drag effect

The resistance to a projectile’s (i.e., a bullet’s) forward motion imparted by a tissue, which results in a loss of kinetic energy.
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The quarter also featured weakerthan-expected sporting results impacting retail, the US and Australia and the drag effect of the non-core market decline in online.
This technique exploited the absence of the Fresnel drag effect in RF coaxial cables, at sufficiently low frequencies.
This may also have a drag effect on markets as implementation is expected soon after.
Home ceiling fans with small motors and large blades can create a drag effect causing the fan to slow down, therefore creating less airflow.
The decision about the number of stocks is based on numerous factors, such as cost, convenience of portfolio replication, diversification, minimised drag effect of constituent scrips and reflection of the economy with a balanced distribution of industry weights.
But time was the enemy they couldn't take on and the clock started to run down on Well when they reached the interval without having been able to reduce the leeway that was like a drag effect on them.
It may create a little bit of a drag effect on the whole tech sector," the paper quoted Lee Simmons, an industry specialist and IPO researcher at D and B, as saying.
We're just desperate to get the whole of the announcement in the open because it does have a drag effect on confidence.
He said: "There is a drag effect on manufacturing in particular.
A senior Congress leader said: " The party is concerned about the drag effect of the allies.
I nearly lost my paddles coming downwards because the drag effect took them from my hands but I managed to stretch out and grab them back.
Presently, the boundary layer is studied as a drag effect on a moving object such as an airplane wing.