Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has signed a cooperation agreement with TsAGI (Tsentralny Aerogidrodynamic- hesky Institut), Russia's renowned aerodynamics research center. For now, the deal is likely to revolve around Embraer's use of TsAGI's equipment and facilities, including its computerized aerodynamic and aeroelastic laboratories. Last June, Embraer rented one of TsAGI's 60 wind tunnels to help fine-tune the ERJ-170/190 regional jet design. ``This agreement covers ...

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