The exhibition is dedicated to the practical works of N. E. Zhukovsky on the creation of aerodynamic laboratories in Russia: at Moscow University, in the settlement of Kuchino, at the Imperial Technical School, in the organization of the Aeronautical Circle and the Calculation and Testing Bureau (1915-1918).
An authentic flat wind tunnel (1909), a scientific and technical monument, is shown in the room.
Beside it is a large portrait of Zhukovsky by the wind tunnel (1911). The laboratory cabinet holds authentic fuselage and wing profile blowdown models, laboratory instruments and aircraft models.
A part of the furnishings of the scientist’s study in the Imperial Technical School’s aerodynamic laboratory is set aside in a separate memorial complex. All of the interior furnishings are original.
A wooden model of the Kuchinskaya Aerodynamic Laboratory building and models of World War I aircraft, including Igor Sikorsky’s Ilya Muromets bomber (1915, scale 1:20), a monument to science and technology, are displayed.
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