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1st   &  2nd pics

 

 

are showing the velocity trail behind  

as it edges forward into wind at 1 m/s during the harrier manouver

 

 

and

 

 

3rd pic ............   showing how a  low pressure bubble forms above the wings

 

 

 

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FINAL UPDATE Diagram

 

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request to forum mods

 

please can you edit this post to delete the single picture above

replacing it with this newly created one

 

i tried to edit and tidy it up abit but the option wasnt there anymore

thanks

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Interesting... is this a RC sim in development mode or something?


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hi

 

ryanbatcund

 

Pics are of  a Radio control model plane  placed inside a virtual  wind tunnel running on a desktop pc

 

the virtual wind tunnel is free for anyone to download and use 

 

download from here :

http://www.autodesk.com/education/free-software/flow-design

 

 

as long as you have a  3d model of your prefered aircraft

 (rc model sise or a 1:1 scale  full sise aircraft)

you can drop it in the virtual wind tunnel and watch how the Air flows over its steam- lined shape in real time

 

 

You can download loads of free user created aircraft  from this site 

and just drop the files into the virtual wind tunnel

 

here

https://grabcad.com/home

or

http://tf3dm.com

 

if you wanna give it a try

let me know what you think of it 

 

thanks

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