Michelle Lynde is an aerospace engineer who conducts aerodynamic analysis of configurations using Computational Fluid Dynamics tools, wind tunnel experiments and flight tests. Like other women at NASA, she makes history every day by contributing to groundbreaking missions and projects in the areas of space, science and aeronautics. Women at the agency are dedicated to inspiring the next generation of explorers to break new boundaries.

Lynde’s work at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, mainly focuses on aircraft design methods to improve aerodynamic performance. As an early-career professional, she’s already helped develop a new computationally-based design method to reshape aircraft wings to enable natural laminar flow technology on typical commercial aircraft.

米歇尔·林德(Michelle Lynde)是一名航空航天工程师,她使用计算流体动力学工具、风洞实验和飞行测试进行配置的空气动力学分析。和美国国家航空航天局的其他女性一样,她每天都在为太空、科学和航空领域的开创性任务和项目做出贡献,创造历史。该机构的女性致力于激励下一代探险家打破新的界限。

林德在美国国家航空航天局位于弗吉尼亚州汉普顿的兰利研究中心的工作主要集中在飞机设计方法上,以提高空气动力学性能。作为一名职业生涯早期的专业人士,她已经帮助开发了一种新的基于计算的设计方法,以重塑飞机机翼,使自然层流技术应用于典型的商用飞机。

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