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English: This Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) computer generated image shows a model of the space shuttle. CFD has taken the place of wind tunnels for many evaluations of aircraft and, as computing power increases and computer models become more sophisticated, CFD will largely replace wind tunnels.
Date 19 October 2005
Author NASA
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