Aviation and Space
JAXA D-SEND ProjectWind tunnel test model
D-SEND Project is about design concept and methodologies to halve the sonic boom intensity which has been conducted as one of the major research targets in "research and development of silent supersonic transport technology"
Tokyo R&D Group was in charge of the making of wind tunnel test model and made contribution to providing a justification for the fuselage design concept.
- D-SEND#1 Wind Tunnel Test Model
- The test piece used in the drop test to identify the boom characteristics of NWM(N-Wave Model).
- D-SEND#2 Wind Tunnel Test Model
- The test piece used in the flight test to identify the boom characteristics of S3CM(Silent SuperSonic Concept Model)
Wind tunnel test model for JAXA HRV（HTV-R）
We are also in the process of developing a wind tunnel test model for JAXA's HRV（HTV-R）project. The project demands a consolidation of cutting-edge technologies which validates and establishes safe, reliable technologies for re-entry and return procedures upon which the future of Japan's manned space activities hinges.
NIIGATA SKY PROJECT
Supported by Niigata municipal government NIIGATA SKY PROJECT aims to develop a jet engine and an airframe for Advanced Environmentally Friendly Unmanned Aerial Vehicles which has the characteristics of being low noise and low cost. We provide CFRP parts to this project and in collaboration with our parent company, Tokyo R&D, we plan to add a dynamo function to the jet engine and aim to expand it into EV and distributed generation system.
Our finest technology and technical applications serve this project really well. We also take the initiative of developing NBR for UAV and aileron-hinge using our CFRP integrated molding technology.