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(IT World)   If you've been looking for code to solve tightly coupled internal/external flows through future-concept short-duct turbofan engines, then NASA has some good news for you   (itworld.com) divider line 9
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2014-04-15 12:11:08 PM
That'll come in handy. Thanks, subby. Good find
 
2014-04-15 01:38:38 PM
Well, sure, but what about loosely coupled flows???  C'mon, NASA!  You're barely even trying!
 
2014-04-15 01:55:44 PM
I tried following the directions but I keep getting my penis is caught in the window.
 
2014-04-15 02:17:27 PM
The "Can I Buy" code must be short.  "Can I buy -> ask Congress for funding -> No".
 
2014-04-15 02:33:48 PM
Actually, I am.
Want to use a ducted fan engine in a UAV project, but have been advised to go with a regular propeller design.
Guess I'll read up!
 
2014-04-15 06:37:32 PM
They had me at "tightly coupled."
 
2014-04-15 08:23:39 PM
Apparently Ukraine's been looking for something like this.  I'll see if I can't get its number for NASA
 
2014-04-16 01:23:49 AM
Because they need something new for the shiat to hit.

\I'll go away now
 
2014-04-16 01:23:57 PM
I've used codes related to the code referenced in the headline.
 
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