Talk:Malcolm Sayer

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Recognition[edit]

At Great Yarmouth High School, what was Great Yarmouth Grammar School, there is a plaque celebrating Malcolm Sayer. Furthermore, I beleive that there will be a meeting at the school later this year. I shall add more details when I receive them. LewisR 00:24, 7 October 2007 (UTC)

Software[edit]

"work which is now undertaken by complex Computer Aided Design software." Computer Aided Design (CAD) software, is ONLY a geometry tool that has replaced the drawing board and is used to generate 3D modelsd and 2D drawings. The analysis tool used to determine aerodynamic efficiency are known as CFD analyses (Computational Fluid Dynamics). CFD analysis is a very different discipline to CAD design, although they do work together. —Preceding unsigned comment added by LewisR (talkcontribs) 10:27, 23 July 2010 (UTC)