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MIRA wind tunnel
"...The First It wasn’t until 1960 that the first dedicated automotive wind tunnel was inaugurated by the specialists at MIRA, opening its doors for vehicle aerodynamics research. Since then, MIRA's aerodynamicists have been investigating the use of computers to predict the aerodynamic performance of different vehicle shapes initially with in-house developed empirically based codes. As the power of computers and software increased MIRA's engineers have been able to ..." Continue Reading →
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