Measure aerodynamic phenomenon for high-speed flight in the atmosphere, including space vehicles and rockets
This facility is a shared facility for researching various aerodynamic phenomenon during high-speed flight in the atmosphere, including space vehicles and rockets, and for simulation tests such as measuring aerodynamics and observations of the flow field. Broadly divided, this consists of air supply units, transonic wind tunnels, supersonic wind tunnels and measurement devices. These facilities, with the exception of some, are all kept in the wind tunnel test building (reinforced concrete 2-story building with a total floor area of approximately 900-plus m2).
|Department||Department Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS)|
|Installation location||Wind tunnel test building|
|Mach number range||0.3 to 1.3 (continuously variable)|
|Test section measurement (cross section)||0.6 m × 0.6 m|
|Airflow duration||More than 30 seconds|
|Measurement control device||Same as used in the sonic wind tunnel and supersonic wind tunnel|