Computational Fluid Dynamics
Building geometry can be arbitrarily changed throughout the analysis. While the most obvious application is the design and verification of natural ventilation systems, CFD can be used to determine the most efficient installation of an HVAC system. Age of air analysis can be used to highlight areas with poor ventilation, and estimate carbon dioxide and volatile organic compound levels for all points in a building.
Large Hall CFD - The airflow around a group of people in a large hall is modelled. Anticipating and modelling unique scenarios is critical for a thorough CFD investigation, which can be quite insightful when testing experimental heating and cooling solutions.
Outdoor CFD - Computational Fluid Dynamics can be used to determine velocities and pressures at any point around a building, for any given wind condition. This information can then be used to assist in design decisions, and to improve the accuracy of thermal models.
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