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Fluid Gravity Engineering Limited
Access to these software tools and services for specific applications is via direct consultancy with Fluid Gravity Engineering Ltd. Some packages can also be distributed under commercial or academic license.
National Wind Tunnel Facility
The National Wind Tunnel Facility (NWTF) is an initiative in which (currently) 17 wind tunnels distributed across seven UK universities are made open for up to (25% of time) to external researchers in the UK and abroad, from both university & industry.
NWTF Imperial College Supersonic Facility
NWTF University of Cambridge Supersonic Wind Tunnels
Supersonic Wind Tunnel
University of Glasgow Blow-Down HSS Tunnel
University of Glasgow Shock Tube
University of Glasgow Wind Tunnels
Here we suimmarise our high-speed trans-, super- and hypersonic wind tunnel facilities likely to be of interest to the space community.
University of Leicester Supersonic Wind Tunnels
University of Leicester Wind Tunnels
University of Manchester Trisonic Tunnel
University of Manchester Wind Tunnels
The University offers excellent space research capabilities supported by unique experimental facilities including supersonic/hypersonic flows, control systems, space system engineering and remote sensing, and GIS systems.
University of Oxford, Oxford Thermofluids Insitute, Hypersonics Group
University of the West of England - Wind Tunnels
The UWE wind tunnel facilities are operated and developed by the department of Engineering, Design & Mathematics in the Faculty of Environment and Technology. The department has two production facilities namely the supersonic and subsonic wind tunnels.
UWE Supersonic Wind Tunnel