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Automatic Flow Control for increasing drag in aircraft wings

Posted by RAMOT at Tel Aviv University Ltd.Responsive · Innovative Products and Technologies · Israel

Summary of the technology

Automatic Flow Control for increasing drag in aircraft wings
Project ID : 9-2013-548

Description of the technology

A fluidic system is disclosed. The fluidic system comprises a switching valve having a fluidic oscillatory actuator, a first blowing actuator and a second blowing actuator. The first blowing actuator is switchable by the switching valve and is configured for producing an output of fluid flow engaging a first plane. The second blowing actuator is also switchable by the switching valve and is configured for producing an output of fluid flow engaging a second plane. The second plane is different from the first plane.

Project manager

Oren Calfon
VP Business Development, ICT

Project researchers

Avraham Seifert
T.A.U Tel Aviv University, Engineering
Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer

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  • Mechanical Engineering
  • devices

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