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NASADestinationTomorrow - DT4 - Wind Tunnels (2001)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing wind tunnels and how aircraft designers use them to understand airflow.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Simulator; Aircraft; Scale Model; Testing; Research; Wind Tunnel; Performance Characteristics; Airflow; Fan; Open Return Wind Tunnel; Closed Return Wind Tunnel; Difuser; Test Section; Water; Nitrogen; Helium; Gases;
Duration: 00:03:46
Popularity (downloads): 2101
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - Episode 4 (2001)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Video containing five segments as described below. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment explaining how new tire tread designs and road surfaces are tested at the Aircraft Landing...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Aircraft Landing Dynamics Facility; Tire Tread; Road Design; Hydroplane; Grooved Pavement; Automobiles; Planes; Research; Landing Systems; Runways; Components; Simulate; Weather Conditions; Steel; Aircraft; Lightweight; Composite Materials; NASA; Temperature Resistant; Advanced Materials and Processing Branch; Nano Tools; Grafite Composite; Carbon Fibers; Synthesis; Polymermatrix Resin; Glue; Microspheres; Aerodynamics; Flexible Wing; Parachute; Structure; Rigid Wing; Paraglider; Drag; Spacecraft; Tension Lines; Hang Glider; Re-entry System; Kitty Hawk; Hyper-X Program; Commercial Planes; Scram Jet; Propel; Aircraft; Space; Conventional Rockets; Technology; Astronauts; Engine Design; X-43; Air Breathing Engine; Altitude; Supersonic Combustion Ram Jet; Fan Blades; Velocity; Fuel; Thrust; Compressor; Gravity; Hydrogen; Oxygen; Orbital Velocity; Scale Model; Testing; Research; Wind Tunnel; Performance Characteristics; Airflow; Fan; Open Return Wind Tunnel; Closed Return Wind Tunnel; Difuser; Test Section; Water; Nitrogen; Helium; Gases;
Duration: 00:28:30
Popularity (downloads): 2006
 

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