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Background imageAerodynamic Collection: 494 C. C. B. M. W. (Ernst Henne), 1938

494 C. C. B. M. W. (Ernst Henne), 1938
494 C.C. B.M.W. (Ernst Henne), 1938. From Willss Cigarettes - Speed: A Series of 50 [W. D. & H.O. Wills, Bristol, 1938]

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: 1939 Tatra T77. Creator: Unknown

1939 Tatra T77. Creator: Unknown
1939 Tatra T77

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Coronation Scot Express, L. M. S. R. 1938

Coronation Scot Express, L. M. S. R. 1938
Coronation Scot Express, L.M.S.R. 1938. From Willss Cigarettes - Speed: A Series of 50 [W. D. & H.O. Wills, Bristol, 1938]

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: NASA F-8A Crusader Supercritical Wing Aircraft, 1973. Creator: NASA

NASA F-8A Crusader Supercritical Wing Aircraft, 1973. Creator: NASA
NASA F-8A Crusader Supercritical Wing Aircraft, 1973. A Vought F-8A Crusader was selected by NASA as the testbed aircraft (designated TF-8A)

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE), USA, 1997. Creator: NASA

Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE), USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
Linear Aerospike SR-71 Experiment (LASRE), USA, 1997. A NASA SR-71 successfully completed its first flight October 31, 1997 as part of the NASA/Rocketdyne/Lockheed Martin Linear Aerospike SR-71

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: X-36 on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA

X-36 on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
X-36 on ramp, USA, 1997. NASA Dryden Flight Fesearch Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California hosted the X-36 program, as well as providing range support for the flight tests

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: F-16XL with custom paint, USA, 1993. Creator: NASA

F-16XL with custom paint, USA, 1993. Creator: NASA
F-16XL with custom paint, USA, 1993. On October 5, 1993, Langley Research Centers F-16XL High Lift jet was rolled out with a dynamic yellow

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: SR-71 over snow-capped mountains, USA, 1995. Creator: NASA

SR-71 over snow-capped mountains, USA, 1995. Creator: NASA
SR-71 over snow-capped mountains, USA, 1995. Drydens SR-71B, NASA 831, slices across the snowy southern Sierra Nevada Mountains of California after being refueled by an Air Force Flight Test Center

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Dryden research aircraft fleet on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA

Dryden research aircraft fleet on ramp, USA, 1997. Creator: NASA
Dryden research aircraft fleet on ramp, USA, 1997. A collection of NASAs research aircraft at the Dryden Flight Research Center in California: X-31, F-15 ACTIVE, SR-71, F-106, F-16XL Ship #2, X-38

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: LASRE Pod Matting to SR-71, USA, 1996. Creator: NASA

LASRE Pod Matting to SR-71, USA, 1996. Creator: NASA
LASRE Pod Matting to SR-71, USA, 1996. View of the Linear Aerospike SR Experiment (LASRE) pod on NASA SR-71, tail number 844. This photo was taken during the fit-check of the pod on Feb

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Boomerang, ca. 1969. Creator: Unknown

Boomerang, ca. 1969. Creator: Unknown
Boomerang, ca. 1969. This boomerang, an example of the " first aerodynamic shape conceived by man, " was presented in 1969 to NASA astronaut Michael Collins by the Australian Television

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Model, Wind Tunnel, Convair Space Shuttle, 2007. Creator: General Dynamics Corporation

Model, Wind Tunnel, Convair Space Shuttle, 2007. Creator: General Dynamics Corporation
Model, Wind Tunnel, Convair Space Shuttle, 2007. This wind tunnel 0.006 scale model set dates from the early Space Shuttle design effort

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: 1930 Burney Streamline. Creator: Unknown

1930 Burney Streamline. Creator: Unknown
1930 Burney Streamline

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: 1932 Chrysler 6 by REAL. Creator: Unknown

1932 Chrysler 6 by REAL. Creator: Unknown
1932 Chrysler 6 by REAL

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: 1930 Burney Streamline prototype. Creator: Unknown

1930 Burney Streamline prototype. Creator: Unknown
1930 Burney Streamline prototype

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: 2014 Volkswagen XL1 Hybrid. Creator: Unknown

2014 Volkswagen XL1 Hybrid. Creator: Unknown
2014 Volkswagen XL1 Hybrid

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Typical Sydney Harbour Yachting Scenes, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Typical Sydney Harbour Yachting Scenes, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Typical Sydney Harbour Yachting Scenes, c1900. From " 50 Picturesque Photographic Views of Sydney and Surroundings". [Swain & Co. Sydney]

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Curtis X. P. 40 Fighter Monoplane, c1944. Creator: Unknown

Curtis X. P. 40 Fighter Monoplane, c1944. Creator: Unknown
Curtis X.P.40 Fighter Monoplane, c1944. From " Fighter - Aircraft of To-Day". [Juvenile Productions Ltd. London, c1944]

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: French aero Steam Train, 1950

French aero Steam Train, 1950

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Aerodynamic railway from the early 20th century, circulating by North America, engraving, 1900

Aerodynamic railway from the early 20th century, circulating by North America, engraving, 1900

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Napier Railton (John Cobb), 1938

Napier Railton (John Cobb), 1938. From Willss Cigarettes - Speed: A Series of 50 [W. D. & H.O. Wills, Bristol, 1938]

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Flying Spray (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938

Flying Spray (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. From Willss Cigarettes - Speed: A Series of 50 [W. D. & H.O. Wills, Bristol, 1938]

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: French Grand Prix, 1936: A new streamlined Bugatti, followed by a Riley, 1936, (1937)

French Grand Prix, 1936: A new streamlined Bugatti, followed by a Riley, 1936, (1937). From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Over 300 miles an hour on the Salt Flats, Bonneville, Utah, 1937

Over 300 miles an hour on the Salt Flats, Bonneville, Utah, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: 276 miles an hour on the sands at Daytona, 1937

276 miles an hour on the sands at Daytona, 1937. From Sir Malcolm Campbells Book of Famous Motorists, edited by Sir Malcolm Campbell. [Blackie & Son Limited, London and Glasgow, 1937]

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Sir Malcolm Campbell in his new Blue Bird at Dayton Beach, Florida, 1935, (1935)

Sir Malcolm Campbell in his new Blue Bird at Dayton Beach, Florida, 1935, (1935). On March 7th, 1935, Campbell beat his own world speed record by attaining 216.816 miles an hour

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Artists: Unknown, WD & HO Wills

Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Artists: Unknown, WD & HO Wills
Thunderbolt (Captain G. E. T. Eyston), 1938. Thunderbolt was a British Land Speed Record holder of the 1930s, driven by Captain George Edward Thomas Eyston (1897-1979). From Speed. [W.D. & H.O

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Updated Supersonic, USA, 2007. Creator: NASA

Updated Supersonic, USA, 2007. Creator: NASA
Updated Supersonic, USA, 2007. Aircraft design concept from NASA research partner Lockheed Martin, a good example of how simulations and wind tunnel tests, conducted over time

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Evolution of the airfoil, 1908-1944. Creator: Unknown

Evolution of the airfoil, 1908-1944. Creator: Unknown
Evolution of the airfoil, 1908-1944. Diagrams showing the historical evolution of airfoil sections. The last two shapes are low-drag sections designed to have laminar flow over 60 to 70 percent of

Background imageAerodynamic Collection: Engineers check body revolution model, Ohio, USA, July 31, 1957. Creator: Unknown

Engineers check body revolution model, Ohio, USA, July 31, 1957. Creator: Unknown
Engineers check body revolution model, Ohio, USA, July 31, 1957. Engineers at the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory making a check on the body of a model of a supersonic aircraft before a test run


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