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The team at AEDC Hypervelocity Tunnel 9, White Oak, Maryland, conducts a test on the Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Dream Chaser using temperature-sensitive paint and the recently-developed plenum view capability prototype. The plenum view prototype allows for data collection from the windward side of a test article and moves Tunnel 9 closer to achieving a 360-degree TSP capability. (US Air Force photo by Addison Spicer) Tunnel 9 moves closer to 360-degree TSP capability
The team at AEDC Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 in White Oak, Maryland, has for some time considered a 360-degree capability for tests involving temperature-sensitive paint, or TSP, and has worked for about a year on ways to achieve it.Thanks to recent innovations developed after a customer’s need provided a push, the Tunnel 9 team’s TSP capability is
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2018
Dr. Eric Marineau, chief scientist of hypersonics at the AEDC Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9, hosts a booth at a recent Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics event held at the Aviation Museum in College Park, Maryland. While there, Marineau had the opportunity to speak with students of Duvall High School about his work and the many careers in aerospace engineering. (U.S. Air Force photo/Dan Marren) AEDC Tunnel 9 team members taking initiative in STEM outreach
AEDC supports many Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM) efforts throughout middle Tennessee impacting nearly 19,000 students in more than 60 schools since 2013 and has a program dedicated to STEM at Arnold Air Force Base.But the STEM efforts don’t stop in Middle Tennessee, the AEDC team members at Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 in
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2018
AEDC Commander gets an up-close look at Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 capabilities AEDC Commander gets an up-close look at Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 capabilities
While visiting the AEDC Hypervelocity Wind Tunnel 9 in White Oak, Maryland, on Oct. 20, AEDC Commander Col. Scott Cain, right, gets a close look at the original German supersonic wind tunnel, circa 1930s, as Tunnel 9 Lead Project Engineer Joseph Coblish, left, describes the capabilities and how it was used. (U.S. Air Force photo/Arnold Collier)
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2017
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