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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For context, the Fed paused interest rate hikes earlier this year when it became clear there were external risks connected to the possibility of a global economic slowdown because of the trade tensions' drag effect on growth.
Also, take off roof bars and boxes as they can create wind resistance causing a drag effect on the vehicle as it pulls against the elements and uses more fuel.
"They sort of stop the air in that general area, and the air has nowhere to go but around the buildings, or up." As this "drag effect" pushes air upward into the colder atmosphere, it creates conditions more favorable for the formation of clouds and precipitation.
Houston's skyscrapers also helped make the rainfall worse, the researchers found, by creating a "drag effect" that caused Harvey's winds to shift upwards.
Experimental investigation of the Fresnel drag effect in RF coaxial cables.
The bigger concern is the drag effect this will have on other middle and mid-high income units."
"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 may also have a drag effect on markets as implementation is expected soon after.
To explain why SAM occurs after mitral valve repair, Varghese et al (1) described the two mechanisms; the 'venturi effect' and the 'drag effect'.
Home ceiling fans with small motors and large blades can create a drag effect causing the fan to slow down, therefore creating less airflow.