We offer quantitative CFD studies using state-of-the-art methodology, or qualitative desk-based studies using our experience to advise on likely effects of the new development on the surrounding wind microclimate.
All our wind microclimate assessments consider relevant wind microclimate guidelines provided by individual planning authorities (e.g. NEN8100 in the Netherlands, Wind microclimate guidelines for City of London or Wind microclimate guidelines for Leeds in the UK).
Our expertise is based the knowledge of aerodynamics, wind and building interaction, and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). We analyze and visualize wind flow in an urban environment to support design of comfortable public or private spaces. We collaborate closely with architects, project developers, engineering firms and landscape architects.