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Air Conditioning Design Validation for Thermal Comfort with CFD

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Using cloud-based simulation, engineers can obtain a detailed overview of the air circulation within a building or space. This allows them to predict thermal comfort, improve energy efficiency and performance, and optimize indoor air quality for HVAC system designs.

Creating a comfortable environment involves multiple aspects, such as the provision of sufficient fresh air volume, keeping a stable temperature, or minimizing draft exposure. Using numerical simulations, you can study all these effects in detail. Different air conditioning setups can be analyzed, which allows minimizing draft perception. In addition, stable temperature conditions can be ensured, taking into account heating and cooling effects arising from different sources. In the example of an office design which will be analyzed in this free webinar, heat sources include the presence of personnel, devices or lamps, whereas the loss of heat is due to windows, ventilation, and more. Register for this free webinar to learn:

  • How engineers can analyze their air conditioning design and thermal comfort in a building or space (office spaces, schools, theaters, commercial or residential buildings) with cloud-based CFD
  • How engineers can graphically represent standardized comfort measures
  • How the SimScale cloud-based CAE platform enables everyone with an Internet connection and a standard computer to carry out sophisticated airflow simulations in the web browser

If you can’t attend the live session, we still encourage you to register so that you receive the recording of the webinar.

March

27th

Air Conditioning Design Study for AEC with CFD

5:00 p.m CEST / 11:00 a.m. EDT

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Air Conditioning Design Validation for Thermal Comfort with CFD

March 27th, 2018 5:00 p.m. CEST / 11:00 a.m. EDT

In this free webinar, you will learn how cloud-based CFD simulations can help you analyze and optimize air conditioning designs for offices and buildings without leaving the web browser.

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