The wind effect everyday life and designers try to minimise the impact when constructing a new vessel, building, bridge or offshore structure. With a wind tunnel test you can predict the wind loads and pressure and thereby optimise the design regarding the wind forces.
Aerodynamic assessment of bridges
Test of components, sections and scale models of bridges.
Aerodynamic assessment of vessels
Wind tunnel test can ensure that the vessel meets the operational and class requirements.
Aerodynamic assessment of wind turbine wings
Aerodynamic services related to wind energy, e.g. sitting in complex terrain or icing on blades.
Aerodynamic services related to the operation of aircrafts and planning of aircraft related facilities.
We perform wind tunnel studies for the offshore industry on numerous types of offshore structures.
Wind loads on buildings and structures
A good wind environment around a structure or area is central to usability and financial success.
INNO-SEC webinar: Tools and methods for risk evaluation of ship operations
Proper risk management of marine operations can help to prevent accidents or loss.
Wind tunnels for aerodynamic testing of structures and components.
Test of new bridge cabel concept
Surface modification of cable ducts for the Champlain Bridge in Montreal has been tested in our climatic wind tunnel.
Virtual hydro- and aerodynamic laboratory
New virtual laboratory is to ensure better design processes.
Digital twins – a step on the road to making shipping more green
Study of performance data and machine learning is going to improve training of captains.
Team Danmark runs tests in wind tunnel
Elite cyclists test wind resistance in our wind tunnel. The aerodynamic tests help improve the riders' performance.
A large number of offshore structures and vessels are equipped with either a helideck or dedicated winching areas for helicopter operations. The airflow surrounding these areas can play a significant role in limiting the serviceability of the helideck.
Wind tunnel workshop
Where does the disturbing wind originate from, and what measures can be taken to improve the wind comfort?
Visualising of a wind load tests
Wind loading is an important design parameter for all building structures. For some structures, the wind loading even constitutes the most important load scenario to be considered in the design.