AEROLAB is a recognized leader in the design and manufacturing of custom wind tunnels, nationally and internationally.
It provides custom wind tunnel design solutions for academia, private industry and the military.
AEROLAB’s 20,000 square foot facility includes designing, machining, welding, painting, and electronics shops exclusively dedicated to the development and construction of a wide variety of wind tunnels and aerodynamic research instruments.
AEROLAB continues to marry the seamless integration of aerospace research with cutting-edge practices. To accomplish this, it employs highly skilled engineers, machinists, fabricators and technical consultants, all of whom share a commitment to quality and a passion for wind tunnels.
AEROLAB products can be found in many of the most prestigious engineering institutions around the world, and our list of clients includes many major domestic and international institutions. AEROLAB is proud of its contribution to aerospace and the many other industries in which wind tunnels provide valuable contributions.
AEROLAB was founded in 1947 by Professor A. Wiley Sherwood to fulfill the need for high-quality, affordable classroom educational tools.
AEROLAB’s first sale was an Educational Wind Tunnel (EWT) to the Academy of Aeronautics, currently known as Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology, in New York.
In the nearly six decades that followed, the EWT has evolved to a high tech version of its predecessor, employing a state of the art LabVIEW based data acquisition and control system. It continues to be one of AEROLAB’s most popular standard products.
In the nearly six decades since that first delivery, the EWT has evolved into a high tech version of its predecessor with modern instruments and extensive model sets available and employing a state of the art LabVIEW based data acquisition and control system. It continues to be one of AEROLAB’s most popular standard products.
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