aerohydrodynamics

аэрогидродинамика, гидроаэродинамика

English-Russian scientific dictionary. 2008.

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  • Tupolev — /tooh poh leuhf/; Russ. /tooh peuh lyif/, n. Andrei Nikolayevich /un drddyay nyi ku lah yi vyich/, 1888 1972, Russian engineer and aircraft designer. * * * officially ANTK imeni A.N. Tupoleva formerly OKB 156 Russian aerospace design bureau that… …   Universalium

  • Lavochkin La-7 — Infobox Aircraft name =La 7 type =Fighter manufacturer =Lavochkin OKB caption = designer = first flight = introduced = retired = status = primary user =Soviet Air Force more users = produced = number built = 5,753 unit cost = developed from=… …   Wikipedia

  • Nikolai Zhukovsky — Nikolai Yegorovich Zhukovsky ( ru. Николай Егорович Жуковский) (OldStyleDate|January 17|1847|January 5 ndash; March 17, 1921) was a Russian scientist, founding father of modern aero and hydrodynamics.Whereas contemporary scientists scoffed at the …   Wikipedia

  • Bauman Moscow State Technical University — Московский государственный технический университет им. Н. Э. Баумана Motto «Мужество, Воля, Труд, Упорство!» Established 1830 …   Wikipedia

  • Chetverikov — OKB Chetverikov was a Soviet aircraft design bureau headed by designer Igor Vyacheslavovich Chetverikov at TsAGI s Menzhinskii factory in 1931 in order to produce flying boat designs. Overview Chetverikov Igor Vyacheslavovich (1909 1987) was a… …   Wikipedia

  • Zinovii Shulman — Zinovii P. Shulman (23.02.1924, Ptich, Gomel Province 04.02.2007, Minsk, Belarus) an outstanding hydrodynamics scientist, thermal physicist, rheophysicist, honored worker of science of the Republic of Belarus, former vice president of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Nikolai Alekseevich Pilyugin — (Николай Алексеевич Пилюгин) May 18, 1908 August 2, 1982, Soviet chief designer of rocket guidance systems.A graduate of the Baumann higher technical school (MVTU), Pilyugin worked at the Zhukovsky Central Institute of Aerohydrodynamics (TsAGI)… …   Wikipedia

  • Sukhoy — officially OKB imeni P.O. Sukhoy formerly OKB 51 Russian aerospace design bureau that is the country s second most important producer of jet fighters (after MiG). The origin of Sukhoy dates to 1953, when the Soviet government allowed Pavel Sukhoy …   Universalium

  • Tupolev, Andrei (Nikolayevich) — born Nov. 10, 1888, Pustomazovo, Russia died Dec. 23, 1972, Moscow Russian aircraft designer. In 1918 he cofounded the U.S.S.R. s Central Aerohydrodynamics Institute, and in 1922 he became head of its design bureau (see Tupolev), producing… …   Universalium

  • aerospace industry — Introduction       assemblage of manufacturing concerns that deal with vehicular flight within and beyond the Earth s atmosphere. (The term aerospace is derived from the words aeronautics and spaceflight.) The aerospace industry is engaged in the …   Universalium

  • Tupolev, Andrey Nikolayevich — ▪ Soviet aircraft designer born October 29 [November 10, New Style], 1888, Pustomazovo, Russia died December 23, 1972, Moscow  one of the Soviet Union s foremost aircraft designers, whose bureau (see Tupolev) produced a number of military bombers …   Universalium

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