low-speed wind tunnel

low-speed wind tunnel

[′lō ‚spēd ′win ‚tən·əl]
(engineering)
A wind tunnel that has a speed up to 300 miles (480 kilometers) per hour and the essential features of most wind tunnels.
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Contract notice: The described performance includes the manufacture, delivery, installation and commissioning of an aerospace low-speed wind tunnel of the Gttingen type with temperature stabilization and open measuring distance (Lot 1) within a low-reflection free space (Lot 2) at the University of Siegen.
Boeing (NYSE: BA) said that low-speed wind tunnel tests have begun for the Boeing 777X, a major milestone in airplane development.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 10, 2013-Boeing begins low-speed wind tunnel tests on 777X
Boeing announced that low-speed wind tunnel tests have begun for the Boeing 777X, a major milestone in airplane development.
Among specific topics are chemical clustering for risk assessment: fatty alcohol alkoxylates, developing a novel solvent-based formulation for pesticides that are prone to crystallization, spray solution pH and glyphosate activity, and evaluation spray drift using low-speed wind tunnel measurements and dispersion modeling.
They will be tested in simulated flight conditions in Glenn's low-speed wind tunnel to simulate low-altitude aircraft speeds for acoustic evaluation, and also in a high-speed wind tunnel to simulate high-altitude cruise conditions.
If you were to build a new low-speed wind tunnel today, it would be very similar to ours," says Flanagan.
An overall view of the aeroservoelastic system installed in the low-speed wind tunnel at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering is given in Fig.
of Energy, actually began in the 1990s with tests of simple scale model tractor-trailers in GTRI's low-speed wind tunnel.
Calling the testing a major landmark in aircraft development, Boeing has launched low-speed wind tunnel tests for the 777X.