O intrigante Software Multiphisics, para uma data de Simulações:
...E este "bacano, não esteve com meias medidas,e fez este "pequeno" Modelo à escala dum Dirigível:
You Built What?! A Colossal Flying Reproduction of a 1935 Airship
The model USS Macon barely fits inside a two-car garage
By Gregory Mone
The first time retired computer engineer Jack Clemens tried to build a scale model of the USS Macon, a helium-filled naval airship lost in bad weather in 1935, his cat jumped on the prototype from a high shelf and ruined the hull. Clemens finished a second version in 2008 but totaled it during an unexpectedly windy test flight. Finally, in April, Clemens completed version number 3, a 20-foot-long radio-controlled replica accurate down to practically every detail, from the airbag to the propellers.
Clemens frequently used to commute past the Macon’s enormous hangar in Moffett Field, California. He thought returning a model of the craft to its original home would be a fitting tribute, so he requested the plans from the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.