The behaviour involved in moving upwind varies.
It felt entirely natural when I leaned back and cut upwind.
States can even be upwind for some emissions and downwind for others.
If you want to take extreme precautions, position yourself upwind from other people.
Factory owners, preferring not to sit in their own smog, moved upwind.
“The day I stayed upwind in Ho’okipa,” he said, “That was the day the sport was real.”
By misting around themselves and blasting the fire with their hoses, they reached safer ground upwind.
Wind socks had been set up along the runway, and they indicated which way he should take off: upwind, to help provide lift.
But at night the power output of the downwind device may be up to 23% higher if its upwind colleague is turning anticlockwise.
Beijing has been struggling to improve its air quality, even as industries upwind in Hebei spew noxious fumes in its direction.
Very heavy precipitation typically occurs upwind of a prominent mountain range that is oriented across a prevailing wind from a warm ocean.
I was glad I had been upwind all day, because the moment I smelled the cooking my stomach clenched with hunger and my mouth filled with saliva.
she might have asked in a startled voice, and you would have looked away from her bare, pale legs, pointed upwind, and told her, “He went that way.”
For years, upwind states could dump part of the cost of pollution onto their neighbours, while reaping all the benefits of the factories that caused it.
Energy will be continually fed to the waves by the frictional drag of the air moving over the water and by the direct force of the wind on the upwind face of the waves.
That matters for turbine pairs because the air that pushes against the blades of the upwind device, and thus gets them to rotate, say, clockwise, is itself deflected by those blades in the other direction.
The form of the spectrum can be related to wind speed and direction and the duration of the storm and the fetch (or distance upwind) over which it has blown, and this information is used for wave prediction.
And on August 21st a different appeals court struck down the EPA’s cross-state air pollution rule, a 2011 measure designed to protect states from pollutants emitted by coal- and natural-gas-fired power plants in neighbours upwind of them.
Starting in late October and early November, smoke from upwind agricultural burning combines with Delhi’s year-round urban pollution — a toxic mix of vehicle exhaust, industrial emissions and construction dust — to create an eye-watering smog.
"So in order to counteract that, we'd lower the wing, the upwind wing, we lower the wing, and straighten the nose out, and a perfect crosswind landing will be when the upwind wheel touches down first, the aircraft is straight down the runway, and then the second wheel will come down after that."
- towards the side exposed to wind
- away from the wind
- in the direction opposite to the direction the wind is blowing
Example: they flew upwind
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