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Answered 2008-10-01 19:09:14

I'm no professional at this but im pretty sure you could use a fish tank with water to test the effect of a pressurized stream (colored) as its passes by the object wanted to study the aerodynamics underwater. Wether it passes undisturbed or not, i don't know but it has been used to find specific shapes for future submarines and stuff.

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