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indoor air quality

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality for Your Designs with CFD

Written by: Ahmed Hussain on 2 August, 2017

In the early days of construction, wind tunnel tests were the standard method for investigating the indoor air quality of buildings, such as ventilation systems, wind…

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Cross Flow Fan – Testing Vibration and Aerodynamics with CFD

Written by: Netty on 3 March, 2017

The cross flow fan (also called tangential fan) is used extensively in the HVAC industry, as well as in electronics. Producing an even laminar airflow and allowing…

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Heat Sink Cooling Performance for Different LED Packages

Written by: Netty on 2 March, 2017

A heat sink is a passive heat exchanger that transfers the heat generated by an electronic or a mechanical device to a fluid medium, where…

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Conjugate Heat Transfer Analysis on a Raspberry Pi

Written by: Netty on 1 March, 2017

A heat sink is a passive heat exchanger that transfers the heat generated by an electronic or a mechanical device to a fluid medium, where…

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Heat Sink Design: 6 Factors to Consider

Written by: Simon Ndiritu on 14 October, 2016

Electronic components such as diodes, transistors, and integrated circuits generate considerable amounts of heat during operation. Extreme heating can damage or significantly affect the performance…

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Electronics Simulation: Printed Circuit Board Design

Written by: Bilal Qamar on 26 September, 2016

Engineering simulation or CAE (What Everybody Needs to Know About CAE), simply put, is a way to map the actual behavior of a real life…

clean room simulation

Cleanroom Ventilation Improvement with CFD Simulation — The Proper Solution

Written by: Sam Prabhu on 6 September, 2016

A well-designed cleanroom facility is necessary for activities performed under a controlled environment, containing a low level of pollutants — a critical requirement for many manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and scientific research applications. It has…

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Thermal Comfort in Buildings: How to Better Control and Predict

Written by: Radu Crahmaliuc on 29 August, 2016

Controlling and predicting thermal comfort in buildings is essential when designing HVAC systems. The operation schedules of ventilation systems often don’t consider the diurnal fluctuations of either…

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