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ArchiWind: From Research to Commercialization

The journey of ArchiWind began at the University of Stavanger (UiS), where a group of researchers set out to develop a tool to simulate urban wind dynamics. With years of research and testing, the group developed a unique simulation setup that later became the core of ArchiWind. Through several academic papers, this setup evolved, introducing new methods for further improving the accuracy and realism of urban wind simulations.

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Trond-Ola Hågbo Urban Wind Engineer
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Paradise project - a Stavanger Kommune success story image
Paradise project - a Stavanger Kommune success story

Wind can have long-term effects on architecture, urban development, and real estate industries.

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Trond-Ola Hågbo Urban Wind Engineer
Assessing the new design impact of Arne Rettedals gate 12 in Stavanger image
Assessing the new design impact of Arne Rettedals gate 12 in Stavanger

Maplan, DARK arkitekter are regulating a new building with NablaFlow to assess pedestrian comfort.

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Lars Forberg COO
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Ensuring Pedestrian Comfort in Stavanger's New Waterfront Area

Stafr and NablaFlow together to conduct a wind study on the new residential area in Stavanger.

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Luca Oggiano CEO | CO-FOUNDER
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4 steps towards better wind simulations

Important aspects for succeeding with wind simulations.

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Lars Forberg COO
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ArchiWind results validation test case

The results from ArchiWind are validated against experimental results.

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Lars Forberg COO

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