Overview of the design and performance tests done for the water tunnel at OSU
What is it about?
A high speed and high Reynolds number water tunnel was designed and built in Oklahoma State University. The tunnel was built on a budget that is orders of magnitudes lower than the established facilities around the world. The paper gives an overview of the facilities design and the results from the performance validation of the test section flow quality.
Why is it important?
This paper provides data to validate the performance of this tunnel's operational capabilities. The paper shows the design features to build such a tunnel under a tight budget.
The following have contributed to this page: Mr Libin Daniel and Brian R. Elbing