Analysis and Qualitative Effects of Large Breasts on Aerodynamic
Performance and Wake of a “Miss kobayashi' s Dragon Maid”
Charactera) Original reference design. (b) The ,notived design proposed
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Figure 1. Comparison indifferent designs in Lucaa.odnt' Itr.
a) Waite structures associated with the Normal model. (b) Wake structures associated with the Flat model.
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This paper has odered a unique compendium of data providing in-
sight into the effects of a specific physiological feature on the parody-
nimic performance of a human. As such, the results have indicated that
large breasts can be notably aerodynamic through the reduction of drag
and lift. The Flat model incurred a 48/ i, maximum drag increase com-
pared to the Normal model, with an avenge of approximately Cyl/ i, spin-
ning velocities from I to 30 nasu. The Flat model also experienced
more lift, with a maximum difference being 3284 and averaging 22%.
As illustrated, the mechanism behind the drag and an behaviors ob-
served between both models was elucidated through the analysis of
streamlines around the body and the structures associated with TKE: the
Normal model provides advantageously lower drag and lift by the gen-
oration of stronger vortices from the legs, which in turn originates from
the action of the breasts redirecting the flow around the torso. From
what has been presented in this preliminary work, it is safe to conclude
that the phrase "Flat is Justice" is deficient aerodynamically.