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Ram air refers to the principle of using the airflow created by a moving object for power. The term may also refer to any of the following:
- Parafoils, also called ram air parachutes, non-rigid airfoils inflated by wind
- Ram-air intake -- an air intake system that aids in engine performance and cooling, commonly used on aircraft and other high-performance vehicles
- Ram air turbine -- a propeller used by aircraft to generate power
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