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Welcome to the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel at the University of Maryland. We have tried to reflect our work and our enthusiasm for low speed aerodynamics. We are engaged in research, development, and education activities with applications spanning many areas including work on airplanes, automobiles, yacht keels & sails, and submarines.


Why wind tunnels still matter in the 21st century
(Fox News Sunday)

Blown Away: UMD Highlights Work in the Wind Tunnel

Sail boat test

Off-Wind Sail Test Rig in GLMWT

Test rig developed for studies of design methods for off-wind sails in collaboration with Quantum Sails of Annapolis, MD under a series of grants from MTECH's MIPS program.

Before and after image of the drive section.


GLMWT Undergoes Renovations

After 60 years as one of the premier low-speed wind tunnel testing facilities, the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel has begun a transformation process...More



Department News

UMD Loop Speaks at NASA Goddard, Visits Local Motors More»

UMD Takes First in Technical Design at DOE Competition More»

Aerospace Engineering Student Wins NDSEG Fellowship More»

Upcoming Events

April 27, 2017 9:00 a.m.
Job Search 201 - Networking & Other Resources Workshop More»

April 27, 2017 11:00 a.m.
ME Seminar: David Srolovitz "Grand Unified Theory of Grain Boundaries" More»

April 27, 2017 12:30 p.m.
Applied Dynamics Seminar: Doug Durian| University of Pennsylvania More»


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