The Duke University Wind Tunnel is a subsonic wind tunnel that is located in the basement of the Hudson building annex. The wind tunnel is a large experimental apparatus that is used frequently for aerospace engineering research as well as undergraduate class projects.
The Duke University Anechoic Chamber offers an acoustically isolated testing facility with highly absorptive walls for students and faculty to use. The anechoic ("an-echoic" meaning non-echoing) properties of the chamber allow for direct field measurements, simulating free-space and thus minimizing the reverberant field found in real world environments.
The Duke University Nonlinear Dynamics Experimental Facilities offer the capability to design a variety of relatively small-scale experiments with the goal of illuminating interesting nonlinear behavior.