Providing 3D printing services, support and professional training
The atmospheric boundary layer wind tunnel is a purpose-built facility designed specifically to simulate flow fields associated with atmospheric winds.
The 2.4 x 1.8m wind tunnel facility was designed to test and develop air-vehicle performance.
Cranfield’s Accident Investigation Laboratory supports the work which is carried out in the Safety and Accident Investigation Centre.
Nine wind tunnels under the curatorship of the Aeromechanical Systems Group
Research into autonomy involves medium and large aerial platforms, developing algorithms, sensors, communications and network systems for aerospace
Providing a holistic approach for transformational research in air transportation and air traffic management
A world-renowned research group which are able to investigate human and biological remains in a safe and secure manner
BLWT is an open circuit, blow-down tunnel which was commissioned, designed, and built by the Aeromechanical Systems Group
Providing design, build and testing spaces devoted to interdisciplinary research across science, engineering and design
Cranfield has two aircraft cabin simulators, a large Cabin Evacuation Simulator and a narrow body Cabin Simulator
We use our class 100,000 cleanroom to assemble spacecraft payloads for launch into space.
CSWT is a closed section, closed circuit tunnel which has been designed, built and commissioned by the Aeromechanical Systems Group
A closed section, closed circuit tunnel, designed, built and commissioned by the Aeromechanical Systems Group
An internationally respected facility with expertise in vehicle crashworthiness and occupant simulation