Aerodynamics

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.

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Wind tunnels for aerodynamic testing of structures and components.

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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.

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Wind tunnel workshop

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At a wind tunnel workshop we will address questions as where does the disturbing wind originate from, and what measures can be taken to improve the wind comfort?

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Visualising of a wind load tests

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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.

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Investigation of wind environment

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In order to create the best possible training ground for their customers, the management team of Club La Santa is constantly looking for ways to improve the facilities.