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  • Aero and Matlab

    If you have access to Matlab and an interest in aero you may want to play with this.

    http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentr...exchange/10626

    Found the link on this blog I've been following of a fellow FSAE grads F1000 build.
    http://fsae1000.blogspot.com/


    Haven't played with it enough to get my own aerofoil shapes in there but its interesting to see how much drag FSAE controls arms create.
    Last edited by RBbugBITme; 04-28-2009, 07:12 PM.
    -Ryan

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    Cool... I'll have to brush up on my Matlab skills. Been needing to do that for work for a long time.
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      Cool stuff. I might try to validate this to actual test data if I ever get some free time at work.
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