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AEDC instrumentation engineer Dan Pruyn works on the Tiltrotor Test Rig in preparation for a test in the 40-foot by-80-foot wind tunnel at the National Full-Scale Aerodynamics Complex, the AEDC wind tunnel testing site located in California. The test of the TTR is a project sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. TTR is a horizontal axis rig and rotates on the test section turntable to face the rotor into the wind at high speed, or fly edge-wise at low speed (100 knots), or at any angle in between. It is designed to accommodate a variety of rotors. (U.S. Air Force photo/Jeffrey Johnson) Engineer preps item for testing at AEDC National Full-scale Aerodynamics Complex

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A group of AEDC software engineers, pictured here, recently assisted in improving the Computer Assisted Dynamic Data Monitoring and Analysis System and Propulsion Data Processing and Analysis System to benefit operations of future turbine test projects. Some of the engineers involved in this effort were, left to right, Stephen Powell, Michael Walker, Nathan Harrison, Rusty Zarecor and Phil Voyles. AEDC Instrumentation, Data and Controls team implements significant software changes
Members of the Arnold Engineering Development Complex Instrumentation, Data and Controls team have implemented software changes that will benefit aeropropulsion test cells at the complex by increasing the speed in which the Air Force and AEDC test customers receive dynamic data. Mike Pepple, an ID&C supervisor, credits the team of software
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Default Air Force Logo AEDC Model Shop steps up to fulfill customer request
The Arnold Engineering Development Complex Model and Machine Shop recently stepped up to meet a short-notice need for the warfighter by fabricating test articles critical to meeting an accelerated Air Force Test Center rapid fielding schedule.
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