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What happens when electricity shuts down while flying in the wind tunnel?





In this series of test we take a look at what happens when we press the emergency button or when you simply experience electricity supply cut off while flying in the wind tunnel.


Test 1 This test shows us how long does it take to lose the support of the wind when the emergency button is pressed. Height of the flight of the flyers is 5 meters and the speed flown in this test is 180 KM/H


Test 2 This test shows us how long does it take to lose the support of the wind when the main Electricity supply cuts off. Height of the flight of the flyers is 5 meters and the speed flown in this test is 180 KM/H


Test 3 This test shows us how long does it take to lose the support of the wind when the main Electricity supply cuts off while in head down free fly position.

Height of the flight of the flyer is 2-3 meters and the speed flown in this test is 250 KM/H


Technology of the tunnel in these tests: Strojirna Litvinov Single loop Two engines 14ft diameter

Location: Thailand - Cha am - Chaijinda wind tunnel

Test were run by: Wind tunnel Technician - Vladimir Bina Wind tunnel Instructor, Chief Examiner - Jonas Krasa


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