We provide the analysis & design software and services necessary
for entrepreneurial organizations to develop aerodynamic products and get
them to market in a short period of time. Begin to produce results by applying
our unique commercial & custom software
products, analytical & numerical design services to solve your most tenacious
problems. Customers use our software and services for aerodynamic design
and analysis of aircraft, automotive, marine, sporting & household products,
expert consulting, lectures & presentations.
Our software and services are applicable to the following
Light aircraft wing design & analysis. This includes kites, powered
parachutes, parafoils and other sporting equipment.
UAV design & analysis
Multi-plane wing configurations
Transonic wing/blade cross section analysis
Helicopter & propeller blade analysis
Sailboat/yacht keel and rudder design & analysis
Up-wind sail design & analysis
Ship/sailboat hydrofoil design & analysis
Human powered hydrofoil design & analysis
Water sport equipment design. This includes sailboard fins and sail
Equipment for marine industry such as foils for stabilizing vessels
& trawl doors.
Multi-element race car wing cross section design & analysis
Automobile wing, spoilers and surfaces designed for safety and fuel
Household products design & analysis. This includes fans, blowers,
vacuum cleaners and other air moving products.
Lectures and presentations in the area of aerodynamics design and
Media and Entertainment: We provided technical assistance for
PBS' NOVA web presentation of
of the X-Planes"
About Dr. Hanley
Dr. Hanley is a leading expert in the fields of aerodynamics and computational
fluid dynamics (CFD). He is the author of several publications and commercial
software packages based on finite difference, finite volume, spectral &
pseudospectral, vortex lattice and panel methods. Dr. Hanley received his
Ph.D. and S.M degrees from the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the field of fluid
dynamics. He received his B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering (Summa
Cum Laude) from Polytechnic Institute of New York (now Polytechnic
University) in Brooklyn, New York . Please click
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