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The purpose of the experiment is not to verify a proposed theory but to replace a computation from an unquestioned theory by direct measurements. Thus wind tunnels are, for example, used at present, at least in large part, as computing devices of the so-called analogy type to integrate the nonlinear partial diﬀerential equations of ﬂuid dynamics. Thus it was to a considerable extent a somewhat recondite form of computation which provided, and is still providing, the decisive mathematical ideas in the ﬁeld of ﬂuid dynamics.

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Computers appeared at the beginning of the Forties. The ﬁrst were the Z2 and the Z3, built in Germany by Konrad Zusse in 1939 and 1941, respectively, but they were destroyed during the war. Independently Turing at Cambridge, England, was developing calculators to decipher codes, but unfortunately most of the information about his work is still classiﬁed. The ﬁrst computer built across the Atlantic was the Mark I, which was completed by Aiken in 1944 at Harvard University, with the help of IBM. Meanwhile, at the University of Pennsylvania, Mauchly and Eckert were designing the ENIAC, which was installed in 1946 at the Ballistic Research Laboratories of Aberdeen, Maryland.