Aerodynamic Research Center of National Aviation University is a subdivision of Aircraft Aerodynamics and Flight Safety Chair of the Aerospace faculty. The Center supplies services in testing the aerodynamics of various airspace and industrial objects for companies, individuals, and the government. It includes several wind tunnels for industrial needs, fundamental and applied aerodynamic investigation, and educational purposes. The main facility is 4 by 2.5 meters TAD-2 low speed wind tunnel intended for development and research including two-phase flows. Other facilities include 0.75 by 0.42 meters UTAD-2 low speed wind tunnel and large 4 by 4 meters TAD-1 wind tunnel, which has not been put into operation yet.
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