Tours of Aero/Astro Research Labs and Wind Tunnel
Mr. Richard Perdichizzi
Thu Jan 13, 03-04:00pm, Leave from Rm 33-206, Initially scheduled at 2.
Fri Jan 14, 02-03:00pm, Leave from Rm 33-206
Enrollment limited: first come, first served
Limited to 20 participants.
Repeating event. Participants welcome at any session
Each tour will take us through the Gelb and Seamans Labs, both recently designed to enhance undergraduates' engineering education by providing facilities, equipment, and space for students to study, design, construct, test and operate aerospace engineering projects. We will also visit Aero/Astro research labs, including the Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel, a subsonic (200 mph maximum) with a pressurized 7 by 10 foot elliptical cross-section. The wind tunnel and its modern data processing equipment are used for airfoil and wing research, development testing, simulation of wind loads on ground structures and other classes of environmental testing.
Contact: Marie Stuppard, 33-208, x3-2279, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor: Aeronautics and Astronautics
Latest update: 05-Jan-2005