AEROTUNNEL can provide testing services to a wide range of customers.
From aerospace to building, from shipping to wind engineering, whenever forces experienced by structures under the effect of wind need to be evaluated, it comes a point in which preliminary calculations models need to be experimentally validated.
AEROTUNNEL can provide its customers with testing capabilities and experience in designing the test that better fits its need.
AEROTUNNEL has also signed Letters of intent with Department of Aerospace of University Of Rome, Department of aerospace of University of Ohio Columbus and ITIS Malignani of Udine to carry out research programs in aerospace testing.
Top level athletes’ performances are nowadays more and more extreme and even smaller details can negatively affect it.
Whenever air drag plays a role in sport it is important to measure its effects and find a way to reduce them.
Due to the fact that the human body is an imperfect aerodynamic object, it is very difficult to numerically simulate the effect of airspeed in terms of drag. It is much more effective to directly measure forces caused by wind in a wind tunnel-based experiment.
AEROTUNNEL has already supported top athletes and teams in cycling like Derek Gee of Israel Premier Tech, skiing, motorcycling in verifying the efficiency of technical equipment improvements and selecting the best alternative among those tested.
But AEROTUNNEL usage is not limited to top athletes; amateur sportswoman and men can improve their performances at a very interesting price using AEROTUNNEL capabilities for short time.
AEROTUNNEL is also sponsor of UNIBO Motorsports a University of Bologna Motor Team which competes in both Formula SAE and Motostudent competitions