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Saturday, January 20, 2018

A computational fluid dynamics methodology is used to study the salient flow features around the breasts of a human figure and to describe the aerodynamic differences imparted by their geometric presence. Two models are proposed for examination: a 3-dimensional reference based on a character design with a significantly buxom figure and a modification of this design where the breast size is reduced significantly. The two models are tested at speeds ranging from 1 to 30 m⋅s^-1 using Reynolds-averaged Navier Stokes (RANS). Drag, lift, and skin friction forces, along with turbulence kinetic energy (TKE), are investigated and compared between the different models. The present results are expected to provide useful information on the validity of the statement, "Flat is Justice" in terms of an aerodynamic standpoint. In addition to this, the results can offer worthwhile data investigating the anthropometrical presence of large breasts on sport aerodynamics.


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"Flat is Justice"? Really? At first I was pretty sure this was going to be some kind of lesbian third wave feminist thingy that's always fun to read, then I... I actually tried to read it. I think it's most important to understand the graphs in detail. But also, there is true justice in the pics.


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TKE, i knew it. that's what i use.

#1 | Posted by ichiro at 2018-01-20 04:17 AM | Reply

Thank You, Heliumrat. We Need More Threads Like This One On The Retort.

#2 | Posted by sentinel at 2018-01-20 08:33 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Can someone explain this science to me?

I saw anime characters in the paper and "nope'd" out of further reading.

#3 | Posted by GOnoles92 at 2018-01-20 10:29 AM | Reply

Analysis and Qualitative Effects of Large Breasts

South Park covered all this in their episode 'Major Boobage'.

#4 | Posted by PinchALoaf at 2018-01-20 11:45 AM | Reply

Did they use really could air for their wind test. It keeps those peaks up right.

#6 | Posted by Crassus at 2018-01-21 06:03 AM | Reply

Math can be fun. Do you have more complex models that account for the ---- deformation and energy stored in the jiggle? Is there a danger that at resonance, the ---- could fail catastrophically?

#7 | Posted by visitor_ at 2018-01-21 04:30 PM | Reply

I just wished mine would do a growth spurt soonish.

#8 | Posted by LauraMohr at 2018-01-21 04:36 PM | Reply

A computational fluid dynamics methodology is used to study the salient flow features...

How fast-tidious.

#9 | Posted by madscientist at 2018-01-21 07:27 PM | Reply

They need to apply research to ---- dynamics to make a better sports bra.

#10 | Posted by BruceBanner at 2018-01-21 07:35 PM | Reply

While this is certainly important research, I am more interested in breasts VS gravity research. Resistance to gravity in the vertical position is visually pleasing. Resistance in the prone position is mentally stimulating. Nips hidden in arm pits is a turnoff.

#11 | Posted by Whizzo at 2018-01-22 10:47 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

---- ----- ------- ----- trap, ---- tit-mouse. Spotted dick. And the ---- crowed thrice.

Just doing some scientific research. ;-)

#12 | Posted by sentinel at 2018-01-22 04:14 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

It is important to note, however, that large breasts do give a consistently
notable aerodynamic advantage...

We like big ----- and we cannot lie...

Now we have scientific proof for one reason why...

#13 | Posted by donnerboy at 2018-01-22 05:45 PM | Reply

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