Wind Engineering

Written by Megan Jenkins on April 15, 2019

From defining what an urban planner does to helpful tips for succeeding in the building design process, this article is a...

Written by Barry Ho on March 12, 2019

Learn how to set up computational wind engineering simulations using CFD with considerations to factors such as spatial scale....

Written by Guillermo Giraldo on February 25, 2019

Learn how to use CFD to assess pedestrian wind comfort. The new solver based on the LBM method available with SimScale makes...

Written by Guillermo Giraldo on July 24, 2018

In wind engineering, wind energy, wind loads on buildings and pedestrian wind comfort are topics you are already familiar with....

Written by Anastasia Churazova on May 28, 2018

CFD holds great promise for the AEC industry, enabling engineers to optimize the performance of buildings—download the...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on May 3, 2018

CFD simulations are widely used for the prediction and assessment of pedestrian wind comfort and building aerodynamics. But to...

Written by Attila Felföldi on April 23, 2018

This article explains what is the Venturi effect and what are its applications. See how fluid dynamics simulations can help...

Written by Netty Zaharia on March 5, 2018

With the latest product update, SimScale has released some exciting new features. Up to 96-core instances for customers, a sneak...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on February 14, 2018

Engineering simulation has become a hot topic in the AEC industry. Learn why the largest AEC companies in the world, including...

Written by Akrem Mouffouk on November 7, 2017

With the modern building designs and the complexity of urban areas, the interaction between buildings has become more and more...

Written by Guillermo Giraldo on July 31, 2017

Wind load is one of the main concerns in construction codes. In addition to gravitational loads, earthquakes, and other factors,...

Written by Netty Zaharia on June 14, 2017

Never before has a 1-kilowatt generator been squeezed into a device just 3 inches in diameter. That is until American Wind...

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