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wind tunnel

noun as in testing structure

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She did that and worked in the wind tunnel, but never got promoted there.

We did years of testing in our wind tunnels to show what worked.

One of the engineers had suggested that she go to a segregated high school to get credentials so that NASA would let her work in the wind tunnel.

She tested different materials in the aquatic version of a wind tunnel.

The city’s 2018 acquisition of the former skydiving center, still outfitted with a pair of 30-foot tall wind tunnels, drew questions soon after the purchase.

It's hard in the wind tunnel of fame and managers and fans and appearance fees.

He also wants to open an indoor skydiving center, complete with a vertical wind tunnel.

The Wind Tunnel has proved that by exhaustive research—and don't forget how quickly I can grow!

It looked like the inside of a giant wind tunnel brilliantly lit now with powerful searchlights.

The best angles of incidence for these varying factors are found by means of wind-tunnel research and practical trial and error.

The best degree of fineness for any given velocity is found by means of wind-tunnel research.

Dio staggered out of the wind-tunnel and sagged down beside Jill.


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wind tunnel, such as: proving ground, and test bed.

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