Simulating complicated wind flows around buildings and the surrounding environment used to mean conducting wind tunnel tests that required a long time, large-scale facilities, and skilled experts. Now, many of the experimental tests are being replaced by computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations. Combining these two approaches draws on the advantages of each and is commonly done in engineering today. But Mr. Tetsuo Matsuyama from WindStyle Corporation, who has used scSTREAM for many years, envisions additional opportunities for CFD. He explains how using scSTREAM proactively to interpret wind flow can change design processes and building management.