of the new low-speed wind tunnel completed February 2010.
The working section is 1.2 m wide, 0.8 m high and 5 m long, with an expected maximum air velocity of 50 m/s.
|Group picture taken in front of the working section. Also features in the picture are the gentlemen who manufactured and built the tunnel.|
|Picture of Ronnie and Jag inside the return leg of the tunnel. The tunnel's motor and fan assembly can be seen in the background.|
|Some times nature becomes our laboratory. In this figure, you can see the clouds are used as a flow visualization tool (kindly provided by mother nature). The growth of an instability wave (presumably the early growth of Kelvin-Helmholtz waves) can be observed from right to left.|