3’x3’ Low-Speed Wind Tunnel
The 3’x3’ Low Speed Wind Tunnel is an open-loop facility capable of 135mph (60m/s) flows. It is housed within the historic Aerodynamics Laboratory that was built in 1917 to house the first wind tunnel in the northwest that was funded by donations from the Boeing Aircraft Company. The current wind tunnel is heavily used for undergraduate labs and projects in the winter and spring quarters and for research the remainder of the year.
Location: See map.
- Wind speeds: 15-60 m/s (34-135 mph)
- Test Section: 3’x3’x8’
- 9:1 contraction ratio
If you have further questions about the capabilities of the facility and instrumentation please contact the wind tunnel manager.