Development of Wind Tunnel Technology use for F15SG & F16 vertical takeoff on Endurance 160 Helicopter Carrier.
We intended to afloat the F15SG fighter jet to 5 meters in the air using the back wind tunnel and only after the F15SG made stable contact with the Crane flexible U shape carbon fiber spring. Next, the twin jet engines are fired up to take-off thrust: 58,000 pound (26,309 kilogram) to afterburning charging and follow by release of the 2 bottom hydraulic quick release latch cables for the plane to take flight.
The whole process must be done under 8 to 10 seconds to prevent instability to set in.
A Crane located next to back wind tunnel is equipped with 2 Carbon Fiber flexible U shape spring with thick honey comb rubber contact pad attached to hold the wings of F15SG to prevent it from flipping over during afloat.
Meanwhile, the 2 bottom hydraulic quick release latch cables also help to stabilize the F15SG fighter jet during afloat in midair with it jet engine turn on at low speed to maintain stability.
The front wind tunnel will continue to push F15SG higher (or maintains altitude) on it wings lift force (artificial wing lift force from front wind tunnel) as it take off from the back wind tunnel moving forward to the front.
The front wind tunnel has 25% more lifting power than the back wind tunnel which it mission is to afloat the F15SG plane only. (Both Wind Tunnel diameter are at 18 meters each)