Mechanical ventilation can be employed in a variety of use cases, including but not limited to:
Mechanical ventilation systems need to be evaluated in the early design process to comply with HVAC regulations, as well as meet the desired performance requirements. Additionally, these systems can benefit from being tested in various room or building configurations. Using online CFD simulation from SimScale, you can perform an aerodynamic analysis of the ventilation process with the given or proposed space. For a better understanding of how your design will work, you can even compare different building or room configurations in parallel, in order to choose the best design or optimize further.
In this project, a cleanroom’s HVAC system is simulated to evaluate the airflow, and help track the particles present in the air as well as the temperature variation across the room. Learn how to run this simulation yourself by copying the project!Explore Project
In this project, the mechanical ventilation system is evaluated to assess the thermal comfort parameters that need to be met. The HVAC inlet/outlet configuration is tested and optimized. Learn more now!Explore Project
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