Determining the wind load on a buildings or a structure is a challenging task beacause of the many paramters involved in : architectural forms, size of the structure, geographical location (local climatic conditions), urban density in the neighborhood, stiffness of the structures …

An effective alternative to the classical method usually employed through normative prerogatives and/or physical wind tunnel studies is the CFD approach, if used with the required scientific rigor.

For nearly 20 years, our activity is devoted to this issue and, and our research and development is done in collaboration with several research institutes. Our experience , the scientific and IT resources allow us to be recognized for the quality of the services we provide in that field of area.

Our simulations give the transient evolutions of the aerodynamic loads due to wind over all points of the surfaces of the studied structures .They are then processed to provide the design offices all of the necessary elements for dimensioning the structures and the fasteners of their facade elements. The final transmitted results take the form of local, semi-global or global loads (stresses and aerodynamic moments), static, quasi-static or dynamic, regardless or with the response of the structure to wind effects.

A large number of structures require particularly sophisticated wind design. stadium roofs, metal-textile structures, high-rise buildings, solar trackers