- a (of speed) having or caused by speed approximately equal to that of sound in air at sea level
- It must pass through the dangerous transonic band without being thrown out of control or damaged by buffeting.
- By 1950, the year he got his doctorate from Columbia with a "secret" thesis on "transonic flows past thin airfoils," it began to look as though William Perl was associating with .
- Nearby is the T-128 transonic wind tunnel, where the space shuttle Buran and the Energiya booster rocket were tested with airstreams driven by a 1,000-kW compressor.
- Michael Arcuri in BigNews.biz (press release)
Transonic has developed a technology which can help millions of people across the country deal with disease more effectively and at a lower cost,Arcuri said. "Expanding this technology to a wider market not only means improved care but...