AF1600G - Experimento

Aircraft Model - Low Wing

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A low wing model aircraft with NACA2415 profile wings for use with TecQuipment's Large Subsonic Wind Tunnel (AF1600S)

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Aircraft Model - Low Wing

This model is good for experiments with lift, drag and pitching moment of fixed wing aircraft. Students can compare results with the high wing aircraft model (AF1600h) which is available to purchase separately.

The wingspan is 266.25 mm and length is 217.5 mm.

Aircraft Model - Low Wing
VDAS AF1600S - Package

An open circuit suction subsonic wind tunnel with a working section of 450 mm by 450 mm and 1000 mm long. Package includes the Aerofoil with Tappings, a Three-Component Balance, two Differential Pressure Transducers, a 32-Way Pressure Display Unit and data acquisition (VDAS-F).

AF1600H - Experiment

The high wing model aircraft with NACA profile wings for use with the Large Subsonic Wind Tunnel (AF1600) is good for experiments with lift, drag and pitching moment of fixed wing aircraft.

AF1600J - Experiment

A set of different shape models for use with the Large Subsonic Wind Tunnel (AF1600S) each with identical frontal area to allow students to compare the different coefficient of drag for each shape. Includes a dummy stem for tests to cancel out the drag due to each model’s support arm.

AF1600D - Experiment

This set of two NACA0012 aerofoils allows students to compare the results from a full-width aerofoil with a half width aerofoil.

AF1600C - Experiment

A 150mm chord NACA2412 aerofoil with 590 span featuring a variable flap that adjusts +/- 90 degrees for use with the AF1600 Subsonic Wind Tunnel.

AF1600B - Experiment

A 150 mm chord NACA0012 aerofoil with 595 mm span and 20 static pressure tappings.

AF1600A - Experiment

A cylinder model that spans the full width of the working section of the AF1600S Subsonic Wind Tunnel. A holder (included with the wind tunnel) supports the model in the tunnel.

AF1600F - Experiment

A pair of boundary layer models with a mounting plate, also a pitot and a static probe for investigating boundary layer. One plate is roughened, the other smooth to allow comparisons on boundary layer growth.


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