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Wind tunnel, Bureau of Standards

Wind tunnel, Bureau of Standards

Title from unverified data provided by the National Photo Company on the negative or negative sleeve. Date from negatives in same range. Gift; Herbert A. French; 1947. General information about the National Pho... more

Langley First Wind Tunnel

Langley First Wind Tunnel

The honeycombed, screened center of this open-circuit air intake for Langley's first wind tunnel insured a steady, nonturbulent flow of air. Two mechanics pose near the entrance end of the actual tunnel, where ... more

The NACA's First Wind Tunnel

The NACA's First Wind Tunnel

Description (April 1, 1921) The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA)'s first wind tunnel, located at Langley Field in Hampton, VA, was an open-circuit wind tunnel completed in 1920. Essentially a ... more

Atmospheric Wind Tunnel #1

Atmospheric Wind Tunnel #1

(May 22, 1921) Test section and balance for Atmospheric Wind Tunnel (AWT) #1. The 5 foot diameter circular test section and control room of NACA Tunnel No. 1. A Curtiss "Jenny" model can be seen mounted in the ... more

Amelia Earhart Visits NACA (And Gets Her Coat Caught in a Wind Tunnel!)

Amelia Earhart Visits NACA (And Gets Her Coat Caught in a Wind Tunnel!...

Description (November 5, 1928) Group photo on steps of Langley Research Building in 1928. front row, left to right: E.A. Meyers, Elton Miller, Amelia Earhart, Henry Reid, and Lt. Col. Jacob W.S. Wuest. Back row... more

Variable Density Wind Tunnel

Variable Density Wind Tunnel

Description (February 14, 1928) View of the interior of the exit cone of the Variable-Density Tunnel (VDT) during its brief period of operation as an open throat design. After the fire, the VDT section engineer... more

The NASA Ames 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel

The NASA Ames 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel

As tall as a 10 story building, this towering bank of vanes turns the air smoothly around one of the four corners of the world's largest wind tunnel. This tunnel which has a test section 40 feet high and 80 fee... more

5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel

5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel

Description (September 18, 1930) Construction of 5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel. The 5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel was built to study spinning characteristics of aircraft. It was an open throat tunnel capable of a m... more

11-Inch High-Speed Tunnel

11-Inch High-Speed Tunnel

Description: Construction of 5 Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel. The 5 Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel was built to study spinning characteristics of aircraft. It was an open throat tunnel capable of a maximum speed of 80 m... more

Model of 5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel

Model of 5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel

Description (January 11, 1930) Model of 5-Foot Vertical Wind Tunnel. Carl Wenzinger and Thomas Harris wrote in NACA TR 387: "The vertical open-throat wind tunnel of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronauti... more

Wind tunnel tests aircraft design. S.D. West of the aerodynamics section of the Bureau of Standards demonstrates the "wind tunnel" for testing aircraft design. Most airplanes submitted to the Department of Commerce for approval employ standard types of controls. To ascertain whether the safety of planes can be increased by small modifications of the controls, the Bureau makes studies of the performance of small airplane models in the "wind tunnel," 131

Wind tunnel tests aircraft design. S.D. West of the aerodynamics secti...

Title from unverified caption data on negative or negative sleeve. Date (year) based on date of negatives in same range. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection ... more

5-foot Vertical Wind Tunnel

5-foot Vertical Wind Tunnel

Description (July 12, 1932) The researcher is sitting above the exit cone of the 5-foot Vertical Wind Tunnel and is examining the new 6-component spinning balance. This balance was developed between 1930 and 19... more

Construction of the 16ft (high speed) Wind Tunnel

Construction of the 16ft (high speed) Wind Tunnel

Description: .Date: October 4, 1940 Construction of the 16ft (high speed) Wind Tunnel. Of the original tunnels planned for Ames the 16ft had perhaps the highest priority. Assigned this precedence because it was... more

A new wind tunnel under construction at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation as part of the expansion program. East Hartford, Connecticut

A new wind tunnel under construction at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft...

Annotation on original negative jacket: 6. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More informati... more

A new wind tunnel under construction at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Corporation as part of the expansion program. East Hartford, Connecticut

A new wind tunnel under construction at the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft...

Annotation on original negative jacket: 7. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More informati... more

Date: Nov 9, 1940 Aerial view of Ames Aeronautical Laboratory showing Flight Research Lab and Construction of 16ft wind tunnel ARC-1969-M-921

Date: Nov 9, 1940 Aerial view of Ames Aeronautical Laboratory showing ...

Date: Nov 9, 1940 Aerial view of Ames Aeronautical Laboratory showing Flight Research Lab and Construction of 16ft wind tunnel

NACA Photographer 7x10ft Wind Tunnel and Lab #2 construction at the Ames Research Center, California ARC-1941-AAL-1246

NACA Photographer 7x10ft Wind Tunnel and Lab #2 construction at the Am...

NACA Photographer 7x10ft Wind Tunnel and Lab #2 construction at the Ames Research Center, California

NACA Photographer Construction of the 7x10ft Wind Tunnel and Lab #2 at the Ames Research Center, California ARC-1941-AAL-1251

NACA Photographer Construction of the 7x10ft Wind Tunnel and Lab #2 at...

NACA Photographer Construction of the 7x10ft Wind Tunnel and Lab #2 at the Ames Research Center, California

Ames Aernautical Laboratory aerial; 7x10's and 16ft wind tunnels, N-219, N-220 and construction shack ARC-1941-0-34

Ames Aernautical Laboratory aerial; 7x10's and 16ft wind tunnels, N-21...

Ames Aernautical Laboratory aerial; 7x10's and 16ft wind tunnels, N-219, N-220 and construction shack

NACA Photographer N-216; 7x10ft#2 Wind Tunnel being constructed at the Ames Research Center, California ARC-1941-AAL-1341

NACA Photographer N-216; 7x10ft#2 Wind Tunnel being constructed at the...

NACA Photographer N-216; 7x10ft#2 Wind Tunnel being constructed at the Ames Research Center, California

XB-32 model wing with 15% chord sealed gap aileron. Flaps extended to 40 degrees.  The first wind-tunnel report published by Ames Covered the XB-32 Test in the 7-by-10 No. ! and was authored by Roy P. Jackson and George L. Smith Jr. ARC-1969-AAL-1443

XB-32 model wing with 15% chord sealed gap aileron. Flaps extended to ...

XB-32 model wing with 15% chord sealed gap aileron. Flaps extended to 40 degrees. The first wind-tunnel report published by Ames Covered the XB-32 Test in the 7-by-10 No. ! and was authored by Roy P. Jackson a... more

NACA Ames 7x10 Wind Tunnel

NACA Ames 7x10 Wind Tunnel

Description (April 1, 1942) A scale model is being prepared for study in one of the 7 x 10 Foot Wind Tunnels at the NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory...Identifier: GPN-2000-001822

16 Foot High Speed Wind Tunnel

16 Foot High Speed Wind Tunnel

Description(February 8, 1942) 16ft High Speed Wind Tunnel downstream view through cooling tower section.

7- By 10-Foot Wind Tunnel

7- By 10-Foot Wind Tunnel

Description This views in the 7- by 10-foot test sections show a Douglas XSB2D-1 model set up for testing. The struts supporting the Douglas XSB2D-1 are mounted on a 6-component balance below the floor. NACA a... more

A scale model of North American's B-25 bomber is placed in the company's new wind tunnel

A scale model of North American's B-25 bomber is placed in the company...

Title and other information from caption sheet entry. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is a... more

Engineers study the flight characteristics of a North American B-25 scale model in the wind tunnel

Engineers study the flight characteristics of a North American B-25 sc...

Title and other information from caption sheet entry. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is a... more

NACA Photographer - 16ft High Speed Wind Tunnel downstream view through cooling tower section ARC-1942-AAL-1854

NACA Photographer - 16ft High Speed Wind Tunnel downstream view throug...

NACA Photographer - 16ft High Speed Wind Tunnel downstream view through cooling tower section

NACA photographer General view test chamber in the 7x10ft wind tunnel at NASA Ames Research center with test engineers ARC-1942-AAL-1813

NACA photographer General view test chamber in the 7x10ft wind tunnel ...

NACA photographer General view test chamber in the 7x10ft wind tunnel at NASA Ames Research center with test engineers

Computers processing data from the 16 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames Research Center.

Computers processing data from the 16 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames Researc...

Computers' at work in 16ft wind tunnel - calculating test data

Computers reading from the Manometer Board of the 16 Foot Wind Tunnel.

Computers reading from the Manometer Board of the 16 Foot Wind Tunnel.

Computers' at work in 16ft wind tunnel - calculating test data - reading manometer board

Computers calculating data from teh Ames 16 Foot Wind Tunnel.

Computers calculating data from teh Ames 16 Foot Wind Tunnel.

Computers' at work in 16ft wind tunnel - calculating test data

A portion of the North American P-51B airplane was tested in the 16-foot wind tunnel to devise a means of eliminating a rumble which occurred in the radiator duct system. The actual fuselage and center portion of the airplane was installed in the tunnel for this purpose as is shown.  A change in the form of the duct was made and tested, which eliminated the rumble. The entrance to the original radiator duct is indicated in this photograph, and the revised form of the duct entrance in photographer AAL-3926. ARC-1943-AAL-3783

A portion of the North American P-51B airplane was tested in the 16-fo...

A portion of the North American P-51B airplane was tested in the 16-foot wind tunnel to devise a means of eliminating a rumble which occurred in the radiator duct system. The actual fuselage and center portion ... more

Aerial View Of The Site From The 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel At Nasa Ames Research Center.

Aerial View Of The Site From The 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel At Nasa Ames R...

(03/12/1943) Aerial view of the site from the 40x80 wind tunnel At NASA Ames Research Center. Site includes the 16 foot and 7x10 wind tunnels in the background. Building 200 also under construction. Framing f... more

XP-51B airplane in 16ft wind tunnel with test engineer ARC-1943-AAL-3781

XP-51B airplane in 16ft wind tunnel with test engineer ARC-1943-AAL-37...

XP-51B airplane in 16ft wind tunnel with test engineer

3/4 front view of modified production scoop on XP-51B airplane mounted in the 16ft w.t.  (Ames contribution to the solution of the duct-rumble problem) ARC-1943-AAL-3943

3/4 front view of modified production scoop on XP-51B airplane mounted...

3/4 front view of modified production scoop on XP-51B airplane mounted in the 16ft w.t. (Ames contribution to the solution of the duct-rumble problem)

3/4 rear view of a XP-51B airplane mounted  in the 16ft w.t.  (Ames contribution to the solution of the duct-rumble problem) ARC-1943-AAL-3944

3/4 rear view of a XP-51B airplane mounted in the 16ft w.t. (Ames co...

3/4 rear view of a XP-51B airplane mounted in the 16ft w.t. (Ames contribution to the solution of the duct-rumble problem)

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a A-26B airplane (rockets, bomb and wing) ARC-1943-A-8052

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a A-26B airplane (roc...

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a A-26B airplane (rockets, bomb and wing)

Construction of the Ames Full-Scale 40x80ft Wind tunnel. - side view of entrance cone, blimp in background ARC-1943-AFST-37

Construction of the Ames Full-Scale 40x80ft Wind tunnel. - side view o...

Construction of the Ames Full-Scale 40x80ft Wind tunnel. - side view of entrance cone, blimp in background

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a Douglas A-26B Invader airplane (rockets, bomb and wing) ARC-1943-A-8051

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a Douglas A-26B Invad...

40x80ft wind tunnel testing of a modification to a Douglas A-26B Invader airplane (rockets, bomb and wing)

Construction of the Ring Section of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at NACA Ames.

Construction of the Ring Section of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at NACA...

Looking south at the construction of the test section of the 40 x 80 foot wind tunnel. 4 parts of a test section bent seen in the foreground. Airship rising in the background. Don Richey

Construction of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames.

Construction of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames.

Looking South from inside the diffuser of the 40x80 foot wind tunnel at NACA's Ames Research Center. Construction began in late 1941, the mammoth construction task sorely taxing the resources of the new center... more

Full Scale Tunnel Motors Under Construction.

Full Scale Tunnel Motors Under Construction.

(07/07/1943) Construction view from inside the contraction framing of the 40x80 foot wind tunnel with a blimp flying in the background. Don Richey

North American P-51B tuft studies done in the NACA Ames Research center 16ft Transonic Wind Tunnel Radiator air scoop with oil and prestone cooler exit flaps in flush position. ARC-1943-AAL-4274A

North American P-51B tuft studies done in the NACA Ames Research cente...

North American P-51B tuft studies done in the NACA Ames Research center 16ft Transonic Wind Tunnel Radiator air scoop with oil and prestone cooler exit flaps in flush position.

Construction of the Ring leading to the Test Section of the Ames 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel.

Construction of the Ring leading to the Test Section of the Ames 40x80...

Looking West at three test section bents in place for the Ames 40 x 80 foot wind tunnel. Concrete model scale support visible in the middle. Don Richey

Construction of the Fan Drive Enclosure of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames.

Construction of the Fan Drive Enclosure of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel ...

Concrete frame enclosing the fan drive bents of the 40x80 foot wind tunnel at ames. Once installed, six 40-foot-diameter fans, each powered by a 6000-horsepower electric motor maintained airflow at 230 mph or ... more

Aerial View of the Nearly Completed 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames

Aerial View of the Nearly Completed 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames

Aerial view looking North West of the nearly completed 40 x 80 foot wind tunnel. Drive and test section exposed. The facility covered 8 acres, and the air circuit was just over 1/2 mile long (2700 feet). Don Richey

Wind Tunnel View

Wind Tunnel View

Full Description: View taken facing southeast, showing scaffolding for refrigerant line construction to west end of tunnel, and application of insulation material on throat section - May 5, 1944...UID: SPD-GRIN... more

Turning Vanes inside the Altitude Wind Tunnel

Turning Vanes inside the Altitude Wind Tunnel

Men stand in front of turning vanes inside the Altitude Wind Tunnel (AWT) at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory. The AWT was the only wind tunnel capable ... more

Avion MX-365 (XP-79) Wing 7x10ft w.t. @ Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA ARC-1944-AAL-5629

Avion MX-365 (XP-79) Wing 7x10ft w.t. @ Ames Research Center, Moffett ...

Avion MX-365 (XP-79) Wing 7x10ft w.t. @ Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA

P-51 airplane model in the NACA Ames Research Center Transonic 16ft wind tunnel ARC-1944-AAL-5862

P-51 airplane model in the NACA Ames Research Center Transonic 16ft wi...

P-51 airplane model in the NACA Ames Research Center Transonic 16ft wind tunnel

P-51 airplane model in the NACA Ames Research Center Transonic 16ft w.t. ARC-1944-AAL-5863

P-51 airplane model in the NACA Ames Research Center Transonic 16ft w....

P-51 airplane model in the NACA Ames Research Center Transonic 16ft w.t.

ARC-1969-AAL-5993. Six, 40-Foot-Diameter Fans in the Ames 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel.

ARC-1969-AAL-5993. Six, 40-Foot-Diameter Fans in the Ames 40x80 Foot W...

Motor and propeller blades in 40x80ft wind tunnel. Six 40-foot-diameter fans, each powered by a 6000-horsepower electric motor maintained airflow at 230 mph or less (these are still tornado velocities).

Mounting Douglas XSB2D-1 Airplane In 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel.

Mounting Douglas XSB2D-1 Airplane In 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel.

First airplane tested in the ames 40 x 80 foot wind tunnel. Douglas XSB2D-1 (Destroyer) hanging from overhead crane above the test section. Don RIchey

N-221 Ames 40x80ft Subsonic wind tunnel construction; Constant speed - motor generator set. ARC-1944-AAL-6020

N-221 Ames 40x80ft Subsonic wind tunnel construction; Constant speed -...

N-221 Ames 40x80ft Subsonic wind tunnel construction; Constant speed - motor generator set.

Installation of the Douglas XSB2D-1 in the Test Section of the 40x80 Foot Wind Tunnel at Ames.

Installation of the Douglas XSB2D-1 in the Test Section of the 40x80 F...

Test section of the Ames 40 x 80 foot wind tunnel with the overhead doors open. XSB2D-1 airplane being lowered onto the struts by the overhead crane. Mechanics and engineers on orchard ladders aligning the mod... more

General view of Ames Subsonic 40x80ft wind tunnel from atop of the Moffett Naval Airship Hangar One (with construction of the Ames 12ft Pressure Wind Tunnel in forground)  July 17, 1944 ARC-1944-AFST-78

General view of Ames Subsonic 40x80ft wind tunnel from atop of the Mof...

General view of Ames Subsonic 40x80ft wind tunnel from atop of the Moffett Naval Airship Hangar One (with construction of the Ames 12ft Pressure Wind Tunnel in forground) July 17, 1944

Boeing B–29 Superfortress at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

Boeing B–29 Superfortress at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory

A Boeing B–29 Superfortress at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory in Cleveland, Ohio. The B–29 was the Army Air Forces’ deadliest weapon during the latter... more

NASA Ames Research Center's 1x3 1/2ft wind tunnel (to illustrate 1946 budget) ARC-1944-A-6244

NASA Ames Research Center's 1x3 1/2ft wind tunnel (to illustrate 1946 ...

NASA Ames Research Center's 1x3 1/2ft wind tunnel (to illustrate 1946 budget)

Ryan FR-1 in 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel from below.

Ryan FR-1 in 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel from below.

3/4 rear view of the Ryan FR-1 airplane mounted in the NACA Ames 40x80 foot wind tunnel from below. Production configuration. Don Richey

A Clark Y Airfoil, mounted in the 40x80 foot wind tunnel.

A Clark Y Airfoil, mounted in the 40x80 foot wind tunnel.

Clark Y Airfoil. 3/4 front view of 8x48 foot Clark Y Airfoil mounted (inverted) in the 40x80 foot wind tunnel at NACA's Ames Research Center. Don Richey

Ryan FR-1 in NACA Ames 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel.

Ryan FR-1 in NACA Ames 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel.

3/4 front view from below of the Ryan FR-1 airplane mounted in the NACA Ames 40x80 foot wind tunnel. Production configuration. Don RIchey

Douglas BTD-1 airplane.

Douglas BTD-1 airplane.

3/4 rear view from below of Douglas BTD-1 airplane in Ames 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel, unseated, horizontal tail on. Don Richey

North American P-51B 1/3 scale model with dummy airspeed booms & mounted on thin struts in 16ft w.t. ARC-1944-AAL-6460

North American P-51B 1/3 scale model with dummy airspeed booms & mount...

North American P-51B 1/3 scale model with dummy airspeed booms & mounted on thin struts in 16ft w.t.

Northrop N9M-2 Airplane.

Northrop N9M-2 Airplane.

Northrop N9M-2 airplane; 3/4 front view from above.

Mounting Douglas SB-2D Airplane in 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel at NACA Ames Research Center.

Mounting Douglas SB-2D Airplane in 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel at NACA Ames...

XSB2D-1 First test (no number) Aerodynamic test to forecast the take off distance. George Cooper was the A1:H73 pilot. Orchard ladders were used to access the ball socket attachments on the struts. Don Richey

Detailed View of Schlieren Setup

Detailed View of Schlieren Setup

Description (October 26, 1945) Detail view of Schlieren setup in the 1 x 3 Foot Supersonic Wind Tunnel...Image # : A-1X3SST-19

GPN-2000-000367

GPN-2000-000367

Description: (June 26, 1945) Mr. Abe Silverstein, Chief of the Wind Tunnel and Flight Research Division at the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Cleveland, ... more

Douglas A-26B Airplane in Ames 40x80 Wind Tunnel.

Douglas A-26B Airplane in Ames 40x80 Wind Tunnel.

Installation of the Douglas A-26B airplane in the 40x80 foot wind tunnel at NACA's Ames Research Center. Airplane being centered over tunnel opening. Don Richey

Test Section of High Speed Tunnel

Test Section of High Speed Tunnel

Test section of a wind tunnel at Langley as seen through a window from the outside.

Nacelles and props in 40x80 foot wind tunnel at Ames.

Nacelles and props in 40x80 foot wind tunnel at Ames.

Publicity Shot of close up of Nacell, Drive Nacel and cooling vent in nose for wind tunnel in NACA Ames 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel. Don Richey

Swept wing with inboard split flaps in Ames 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel.

Swept wing with inboard split flaps in Ames 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel.

Front View of -45 deg. Forward swept wing with inboard split flaps deflected 60 deg. In NACA Ames 40x80 foot Wind Tunnel. Don Richey

Behold, the World's Largest Wind Tunnel!

Behold, the World's Largest Wind Tunnel!

Description (1947) Looking down the throat of the world's largest tunnel. The scene is NACA's 40 x 80 foot wind tunnel at Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, Moffett Field, California, which when it was built was the... more

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NACA Ames 16 foot High Speed Wind Tunnel

NACA Ames 16 foot High Speed Wind Tunnel

(April 1, 1948) View of the 16 Foot High Speed Wind Tunnel at the NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, Moffett Field, California...Image # : A-12679

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