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  • NASA Aeromechanics branch inters present: MYTHBUSTERS Does a ducks' quack echo? We find out in the 40x80 subsonic wind tunnel~!
  • A prototype 試作機KAWASAKI kawasakiworld ZZR-X Project that bears Kawasaki after ten years Kawasaki challenges always newly. Oh dear, I want everybody to feel Kawasaki challenged in the shape visible this time more concretely though it is a natural thing. Thus, the concept model's project started. As for Kawasaki, I especially think the thing that super-sports and sports Zarah of a large displacement are imagined in an image different for a moment from domestic Mr. another three companies in everybody in Japan. What one can the challenge of Kawasaki in the concept model who announces this time be able to propose to everybody as Kawasaki by you when pursuing it at the same time as Kon futuristic before about ten years is assumed, and this two character doesn't compromise?It is a result of the gathering of a young generation who bears the Kawasaki in the future and the negotiation on countless occasions. It is ZZR-X of "Ultorahais***tsarar". The design is advanced as much as possible after a rough theme is decided and the project has been advanced to priority. I wanted to differ from the mass production car because it was a place where a new challenge was able to be done as a designer and to reduce the restriction as much as possible. Moreover, this point is a thing that American's local designer attempted doing making to international as for an original design idea. It ..current shape.. completed repeating the discussion with the designer in Akashi based on it. Naturally, a local designer also came to Japan and it ...
  • Tiltplane- a new VTOL flying craft This dramatic VTOL aircraft offers promising improvements in speed and maneuverability for manned and unmanned craft. Designed by John M. Lawrence, this unique design was recently presented at the AHS Specialist' Meeting on Aeromechanics January 20, 2010. For more information visit our website: Video by: Andres Canella Production Director Phantom Mouse Guatemala City, Guatemala. [email protected]
  • Part 1 of 6. The aeromechanics of wind powered vehicles using rotors for energy conversion. Theory and basic mechanisms that make wind turbine powered vehicles going directly upwind work are explained by Mac Gaunaa. Furthermore, it is shown that the same theory explain how and why DDFTTW (Directly downwind faster than the wind) work. This is part 1 of 6. The total length of the combined presentation (all six parts) is 55 minutes.
  • Russian gyroplane AM-Cruiser. Pilotage. Russian autogyro (gyroplane) by "Aeromechanics" company. Aeromechanica Ltd
  • Wind Powered Car A land sail can travel 3 times the speed of the wind pushing it, but the wind powered car is just the opposite. It catches the wind through the grill where the engine use to be and converts it to electricity. So the faster you go the more wind it catches and converts to electricity.
  • THRUST promotional slides A promotional slide show of the THRUST Erasmus Mundus Master programme in turbomachinery aeromechanics.
  • Russian gyroplane AM-2. Gyroplane (autogyro) AM-2 by "Aeromechanics" company. Aeromechanica Ltd
  • THRUST student interviews Listen to THRUST students and their impressions of this programme. THRUST is a two-year Master programme on turbomachinery aeromechanics that is conducted under the Erasmus Mundus framework.
  • Part 6 of 6. The aeromechanics of wind powered vehicles using rotors for energy conversion. Theory and basic mechanisms that make wind turbine powered vehicles going directly upwind work are explained by Mac Gaunaa. Furthermore, it is shown that the same theory explain how and why DDFTTW (Directly downwind faster than the wind) work. This is part 6 of 6. The total length of the combined presentation (all six parts) is 55 minutes.
  • Part 3 of 6. The aeromechanics of wind powered vehicles using rotors for energy conversion. Theory and basic mechanisms that make wind turbine powered vehicles going directly upwind work are explained by Mac Gaunaa. Furthermore, it is shown that the same theory explain how and why DDFTTW (Directly downwind faster than the wind) work. This is part 3 of 6. The total length of the combined presentation (all six parts) is 55 minutes.
  • Part 5 of 6. The aeromechanics of wind powered vehicles using rotors for energy conversion. Theory and basic mechanisms that make wind turbine powered vehicles going directly upwind work are explained by Mac Gaunaa. Furthermore, it is shown that the same theory explain how and why DDFTTW (Directly downwind faster than the wind) work. This is part 5 of 6. The total length of the combined presentation (all six parts) is 55 minutes.
  • People Profile: Kevin Kimmel, Aerospace Engineer at NSWC Carderock Kevin Kimmel is an aerospace engineer in the Sea-Based Aviation and Aeromechanics Branch at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division.
  • NASA Ames 2012 Fellow - Dr. Wayne R. Johnson The rank of Fellow is the highest recognition that the NASA Ames Research Center can bestow upon one of its own for a lifetime of intellectual accomplishments. The Fellows are an elite group of Ames people who have built a global reputation for excellence in their scientific and engineering research. The 2012 Ames Fellow Inductees include Dr. Louis J. Allamandola, Dr. Wayne R. Johnson, Dr. Baruch S. Blumberg and Dr. Hans Mark. Dr. Wayne Johnson has done research on rotorcraft at NASA Ames of fundamental importance to the US Army and to the international rotorcraft community. By bringing the power of physics-based and comprehensive ***ysis to the design of rotorcraft, no single individual in the world has had a greater impact on rotary wing technology than Dr. Johnson. For more information about NASA Ames, please visit www.nasa.gov
  • boybandz aeromechanics staring vocalist Sir Ken, guitarist sir Rico
  • Part 4 of 6. The aeromechanics of wind powered vehicles using rotors for energy conversion. Theory and basic mechanisms that make wind turbine powered vehicles going directly upwind work are explained by Mac Gaunaa. Furthermore, it is shown that the same theory explain how and why DDFTTW (Directly downwind faster than the wind) work. This is part 4 of 6. The total length of the combined presentation (all six parts) is 55 minutes.
  • Part 2 of 6. The aeromechanics of wind powered vehicles using rotors for energy conversion. Theory and basic mechanisms that make wind turbine powered vehicles going directly upwind work are explained by Mac Gaunaa. Furthermore, it is shown that the same theory explain how and why DDFTTW (Directly downwind faster than the wind) work. This is part 2 of 6. The total length of the combined presentation (all six parts) is 55 minutes.