USA: Ford aerodynamicists develop pressure-sensitive paint
Ford Motor Company researchers have developed a way of measuring vehicle aerodynamics with a paint that responds to changes in air pressure. Using pressure-sensitive paint (PSP), an advanced optical imaging technique that measures air pressure or wind drag on a vehicle's surface, researchers can more quickly and easily obtain data in a new vehicle programme from wind tunnel testing.
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