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Even modern passenger planes require several tons of kerosene per hour. Therefore, it is a matter of top priority to realize savings for both environmental and economic reasons. One of the approaches towards the reduction of friction losses on airplanes is the structuring of airplane surfaces with riblets. In order to determine the quality of riblet structures, it is necessary to carry out tests of oil passage on upscaled models of the real structures. This paper presents methods which processdoi:10.7763/ijmo.2013.v3.319 fatcat:ag5at444i5ekbkvg6hvaddeute