angle of incidence definition

  • noun:
    • The perspective formed by a ray incident on a surface and a perpendicular towards surface at point of incidence.
    • The angle that a straight range, ray of light, etc., meeting a surface, tends to make with a normal towards area at point of conference.
    • The position, often fixed, between the chord type of a-wing or horizontal stabilizer as well as the axis of the fuselage, calculated at root. In British called the perspective of assault.
    • the position which a ray of light, and/or line of occurrence of a body, dropping on any surface, tends to make with a perpendicular to this surface; in addition previously, the complement for this position.
    • the perspective that a line tends to make with a line perpendicular towards area at the point of occurrence
  • others:
    • The perspective between your chord of an aĆ«rocurve together with general path associated with the undisturbed air current.

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