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Paul Soderman

Aeronautics, Aerodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Aeroacoustics, Noise Control, Muffler Design, Wind Tunnel Research.... I know nothing about India - do not ask about schools, jobs, application requirements, career choices, etc. for India. Please, no text message verbiage; I prefer full words in full sentences. Thanks.

Mark Janus

I can answer questions about aerodynamics (high speed and low speed), internal fluid flow, computational methods (CFD, some design, etc.)

Jan Zumwalt

SMALL & LARGE PLANES - Aeronautics, Aerodynamics, Designing, Fabricating, Trouble shooting, Repairs, Flight testing, Fluid & Pneumatic controls, Engines, Propellers, Sheet metal, Rivets, Electronics, Fabric, Schools, Career choices, Aircraft systems.

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2017-02-05 Wallpaper fixing in commercial aircrafts.:

I lack full knowledge of aircraft interiors to be able to completely answer your question, but I will tell you what I know.    The primary concern of aircraft design is weight, then safety such as flammability

2017-01-31 Seats location in Commercial airlines.:

Not sure, but I assume you can get more passengers in a space sitting unidirectional because you put your feet below the seat ahead. In bidirectional seating, people would not like to have their feet touching

2017-01-27 Fish tanks in Commercial Airlines.:

It might be possible, for example fish tanks can be made with  sealed tops and decorations glued so that air turbulence would not harm them. They can also be made with very little width to keep weight

2016-12-29 VAWT induction factor:

Sorry Bill, your formula is too hard to read. And even if I could I don't know where it comes from or what it represents. Normally, when describing the solution to this kind of engineering problem one

2016-12-28 VAWT induction factor:

William - I would have to see your analysis to know what you are doing. I believe that can be attached as a pdf file. Considering a flow through a rotor disc, the force on the disc (thrust) is equal to

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