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There, he gave a presentation on high-speed wind tunnels and his Schlieren images which exposed the technology to the rest of the world.
The Boeing Company dedicated its high-speed wind tunnel and aeronautical research laboratories to him.
Initial results of the high-speed wind tunnel test are within the range typical for first tests of a new transport airplane design,"
By the 1930s, Jacobs became interested in high-speed wind tunnels, and helped to build one of the first in the United States.
Clemson's original plan with the developer was to build a high-speed wind tunnel that would cater to Nascar race teams and carmakers, including BMW.
Clemson's new automotive school has its roots in the high-speed wind tunnel that is at the heart of the dispute with Mr. Rosen, the Florida developer.
The aircraft never made it past the drawing board, but testing of wind-tunnel models in the DVL high-speed wind tunnel showed that the design had extraordinary stability into the Mach 2.6 range.
After graduating from MIT in 1946, he first worked on high-speed wind tunnel testing of the X-1 aircraft before moving to work for the Navy at the David Taylor Model Basin.
Without discussing details of the current investigation, other engineers said they had a host of powerful tools to contribute to the inquiry: both computer models and high-speed wind tunnels in which shuttle models can be put through innumerable test cases.
Using intuition rather than mathematics, he built a two-foot chord wing section and tested it repeatedly in the Langley high-speed wind tunnel, adding (with auto body putty) or removing (with a file and sandpaper) material until the desired flows were achieved.
He also formed a dedicated flight-test and aeronautical research organization at Boeing and insisted that the company develop its own high-speed wind tunnel, an idea directly responsible for Boeing being in position to take the leadership in the development of large swept-wing jets.
On 16 January 1931, Ernst Heinkel recruited Siegfried Günter to work for his Heinkel company in Rostock, and Walter joined the company on 31 July 1931, where he was in charge of developing low and high-speed wind tunnels.