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Computational fluid dynamics-generated simulation of a GE-90 aircraft engine.


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Behind the new composite structures or the new computational fluid dynamics models, the new weather sensing software or the new forward section design for an F/A-18A, are the knowledge and skills of the scientists and engineers at NASA Centers who work on aeronautics research.

The relevance and quality of such work, and the commitment of the professionals who create it, are recognized each year by various national and international organizations outside of NASA.

  NASA develops state-of-the-art simulation tools to more accurately predict fluid flows and work on ways to improve them, in this case rotorcraft blades and the air vortices they create that lead to high noise levels.
2014
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  NASA develops state-of-the-art simulation tools to more accurately predict fluid flows and work on ways to improve them, in this case rotorcraft blades and the air vortices they create that lead to high noise levels.
2013
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 NASA develops state-of-the-art simulation tools to more accurately predict fluid flows and work on ways to improve them, in this case rotorcraft blades and the air vortices they create that lead to high noise levels.
2012
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  Artist concept vehicle of an N+3 vehicle.
2011
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  Artist concept vehicle of a blended wing body.
2010
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  N+3 Artist concept vehicle in flight.
2009
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  The beautifully streamlined Black Widow was the first American plane to be specifically designed for night operations, first flying into combat in 1944.
2008
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  The beautifully streamlined Black Widow was the first American plane to be specifically designed for night operations, first flying into combat in 1944.
2007
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  Computational fluid dynamics-generated simulation of a GE-90 aircraft engine.
2006
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  Computation Fluid Dynamics Study of Cone.
2005
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  Numerical optimization methods are used to vary the wing geometry slightly to achieve the highest lift-to-drag ratio (L/D).
2004
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  Simulation of incompressible turbulent flow over a biologically-inspired configuration.
2003
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