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  • As a flow in a channel becomes supersonic, one significant change takes place.
  • Supersonic flight works in a very different fashion and presents a number of new problems.
  • Supersonic flight brought about a step change in aircraft performance.
  • The great majority of supersonic aircraft have been military or experimental aircraft.
  • He could fly at supersonic speeds, leaving a red energy trail behind him.
  • Low-level supersonic testing still remained to be carried out.
  • China has long sought to produce its own supersonic and eventually hypersonic anti-ship system since the 1980s.
  • Supersonic refers to any speed over the speed of sound.
  • This section was chosen as being representative of the type likely to be adopted for a supersonic transport.
  • One problem with sustained supersonic flight is the generation of heat in flight.
  • It was the world's first supersonic trainer and is also the most produced.
  • As this trick can be executed in a very short amount of time, its name means a supersonic movement.
  • This works fine at supersonic speeds, but offers very little lift at low speed.
  • The main goal was to increase the speed to supersonic.
  • It was the first Soviet production aircraft capable of supersonic speeds in level flight.
  • The aircraft went supersonic on its third flight and, on the seventh, broke at while climbing.
  • Supersonic aircraft require a high specific thrust, since that gives a high exhaust speed.
  • Supersonic aircraft were developed in the second half of the twentieth century and have been used almost entirely for research and military purposes.
  • Many supersonic aircraft wings are designed around a thin diamond shape.
  • In 2003, she went back into the recording studio to record her third album, Supersonic.
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Meaning of supersonic

  • adjective (of speed) greater than the speed of sound in a given medium (especially air)
    a supersonic bomber flies so fast that it must release its bombs while the target is still over the horizon