Meaning of aerodynamicist in English:

aerodynamicist

Pronunciation /ˌɛːrə(ʊ)dʌɪˈnamɪsɪst/

noun

See aerodynamics

‘Well, I am originally an aerodynamicist - my Ph.D. was in an aerodynamics department.’
  • ‘The laws of physics aren't all that aerodynamicists deal with when they head to the wind tunnel.’
  • ‘While it's presently in the domain of engineers and aerodynamicists, they're working on a digital interface for designers.’
  • ‘Since aerodynamicists did not have wind tunnels, they would have to use supersonic-capable aircraft.’
  • ‘To the biologist, however, the aerodynamicist's initial failure was sufficient evidence of the superiority of nature to mere engineering.’