C.A.L. develops a prototype hypersonic shock tunnel. A mach number of 13 was achieved.
C.A.L.’s original work in aircraft safety found a logical extension into automotive safety. Crash testing led to early safety features for cars.
Automatic stabilization with “ideal” characteristics is added to the pitch, roll, and yaw axes of a C-45 light transport aircraft. This represented the most complete artificial stabilization system added to any aircraft at that time.
Designs retrofit kit for installation of seat belts in automobiles.
The Cornell-Liberty Mutual Safety Concept Car introduces 60 new automotive safety ideas.
Operates the first Captive Trajectory Simulation (CTS) system for wind tunnel testing of aircraft external stores.
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