Flow Physics Facility at UNH

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33 Academic Way

Kingsbury Hall, W248

Durham, NH 03824

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Come to the Flow Physics Facility at the University of New Hampshire and see how they test flow dynamics in their Wind Tunnels.

At 300 feet long, the new Flow Physics Facility (FPF) is the world’s largest scientific quality boundary-layer wind tunnel facility. It will help engineers and scientists better understand the dynamics of turbulent boundary layers, informing the aerodynamics of situations such as atmospheric wind over the ocean, the flow of air over a commercial airplane or of sea water over a submarine.

UNH has two wind tunnels. The first is the large Flow Physics facility which we will tour. The other is a smaller tunnel where there will be a demonstration of to show basic airflow concepts. There will be an additional tour of some of the student projects in progress (mini formula 1 car, rc plane, etc…).

All Seacoast Squadron members are welcome to take part. There is no cost for this activity, (except parking).

Uniform of the day is ABU/BDUs and Corporate polo for Senior Members.

We will meet at the 33 Academic Way entrance. Parking is available on-street and the UNH lots near the facility.

CAPF 60-80 is required

POC is 2nd Lt Cris Robinson, 603-418-5419


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33 Academic Way

Kingsbury Hall, W248

Durham, NH 03824

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