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  • The boundary chosen by McLaren on the basis of computational fluid dynamics simulations, and the testing of scale models in the wind-tunnel, appears to be under-performing on the race-track.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Cambridge Science Festival MIT throws open some labs and demonstrates a wind-tunnel project, blimps race and kids build robots, while women in science discuss their work—as a nine-day festival starts.

    Ideas Calendar: April 30-May 6

  • Even in numerical computer simulations and wind-tunnel testing, the presence of turbulence in a viscous fluid, and the scale-dependent nature of turbulence, entail that such representations of the real-world can be misleading.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Cuneo got more time with the Night Train in the offseason, putting it through wind-tunnel testing to fine-tune its aerodynamics and finally giving it a proper paint job.

    Can Steven Holcomb and 'Night Train' reach victory lane?

  • He has had great help with wind-tunnel tests and won the Luxembourg national TT championship a few days before this Tour started.

    Inside the Tour: This is not your typical Tour de France time trial

  • It's like a Diamondvision in the shape of wind-tunnel.

    Corruption And Christmas

  • Derek Fitzgerald of Sharon, Pennsylvania is an Ultimate Speed crew chief who uses high-tech design help like wind-tunnel testing.

    An Oldie Is New Again: High-Tech Soap Box Racing

  • It's like a Diamondvision in the shape of wind-tunnel.

    Reverend Billy: Corruption And Christmas

  • Among his verbal felicities this year, delivered in the purest Geordie: ‘Taylor is more intense than a Bedouin tribe’, and ‘playing Taylor is like trying to eat candyfloss in a wind-tunnel’.

    Bullseye Britain

  • Among his verbal felicities this year, delivered in the purest Geordie: ‘Taylor is more intense than a Bedouin tribe’, and ‘playing Taylor is like trying to eat candyfloss in a wind-tunnel’.

    Bullseye Britain

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