White Paper: How to Ensure Thermal Comfort in Buildings with CFD

Designing air conditioning systems for heating and cooling that provide optimal thermal comfort at varying ambient conditions has always been a complex challenge for HVAC engineers. It is complex because air conditioning systems are designed for specifically defined loads, with a specific amount of refrigerant and a specific airflow through the cooling coils; however, these systems often fail to meet the comfort expectations of the users.

The quality of HVAC systems is affected by changes in five basic parameters. Download this white paper to learn more about them.