continuous-flow wind tunnel


continuous-flow wind tunnel
аэродинамическая труба непрерывного действия

tunnel model — модель для испытаний в аэродинамической среде

transonic wind tunnel — околозвуковая аэродинамическая труба

rarefied-air wind tunnel — вакуумная аэродинамическая труба

tunnel velocity — скорость потока в аэродинамической трубе

wind tunnel testing — испытание в аэродинамической трубе


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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