Closed-circuit wind tunnel RWG
aeronauticalrear sting

closed-circuit wind tunnel
closed-circuit wind tunnel
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Other characteristics
aeronautical, rear sting

670 K


3,600,000 Pa
(522.136 psi)


THE LUDWIEG TUBE (RWG) TUNNEL IN GÖTTINGEN IS A RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FACILITY FOR AERODYNAMIC EXPERIMENTS AT SUPERSONIC AND COLD HYPERSONIC FLOW. Type of wind tunnel Intermittent, blow-down wind tunnel of the Ludwieg tube concept Main Features TEST SECTIONS Six nozzles for distinct Mach numbers 0.34 m x 0.35 m, driven by tube A, Ma = 2.0 0.5 m x 0.5 m, driven by tube A, Ma = 3.0, 4.0 Ø 0.55 m, driven by heated tube B, Ma = 5.0, 6.0, 6.8 Horizontally and vertically movable swords for rear sting models and probe support Extensive fittings and adapter for individual model and probe mounting AUXILIARY SYSTEMS Schlieren system Germanium windows for infrared imaging Typical tests Fundamental research of fluid dynamic phenomena and effects in supersonic to cold hypersonic flow (shock/boundary layer interaction, cross flow jets, flow control devices, etc.) Design optimization and aerodynamic data of missiles (nose optimization, interaction of body, wings and control surfaces) Configuration studies and evaluation of re-entry vehicles (heat load)
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