Scanivalve is the world leader in pressure measurement instrumentation for wind engineering wind tunnels.
Wind engineering is an extremely divers field including wind tunnel testing for buildings, severe weather research, HVAC optimization and aerodynamic studies of bluff bodies and other non-aerodynamic objects. Whatever the wind engineering application, Scanivalve has a pressure measurement system that will uniquely fit the requirements. Scanivalve currently has instrumentation installed in over 20 wind engineering research facilities worldwide.
DSA3217 (Digital Sensor Array) is a compact, self-contained pressure scanner providing engineering data directly through an Ethernet connection […]
The ZOC22’s unique low-profile design is designed to fit in aerodynamic shapes commonly tested in wind tunnels […]
MPS4264 is an Ethernet based, miniature pressure scanner designed specifically for wind tunnel test or any other tests where space is limited […]
The Model ZOC23b is similar to Scanivalve’s model ZOC22b electronic pressure scanner […]
The ZOC33 is a compact, reliable 64 channel pressure scanner designed for all wind tunnel tests from aerodynamic models to wind engineering studies […]
The ERAD4000 is a scalable, miniature data acquisition system designed to fit inside of the aerodynamic model being used in the wind tunnel test […]
The DSM4000 is a complete data acquisition system, including ARINC429 output, designed to support Scanivalve’s ZOC pressure scanners primarily in flight test applications […]
The SPC4000 automated pressure calibrator is designed for automated calibrations of all Scanivalve products but can be used to calibrate any pressure instrumentation […]
- Application Note #8 – Wind Engineering and Bluff Body Pressure Measuring Solutions (513.1 KB)
Application Note #8 describes various Scanivalve product solutions for measuring pressures in wind engineering models, bluff body studies and wind tunnel wall pressures.