FlowVisual - bookshelf sized robotic wind tunnel

A project in Hong Kong, Hong Kong by Coelacanths Limited

Status: Active

The world's first bookshelf sized, app controlled robotic wind tunnel
Backers: 8
Average Daily Pledges: HK$566
Average Pledge Per Backer: HK$3678

Funding: HK$29,422 of HK$100,000
Dates: Jun 4th -> Aug 3rd (60 days)
Project By: Coelacanths Limited
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June 12th - via: kickstarter.com
This show case shows the air flow around a 1/87 Porsche 993 turbo 3.6 with rear spoiler.   The effect of the spoiler on the fluid-structure interaction is to reduce the rear low-pressure zone in turns to reduce the drag of the car.  (Read More)

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