In this collaborative webinar with Greenlite, we will discuss how CFD can be employed to calculate accurate wind pressure coefficients on a high rise residential building, and then imported into IES and thermal modelling software tools for more realistic ventilation and overheating studies.
The webinar will highlight the key differences between thermal modelling and CFD, and explain how they can be used together to optimize building performance early in the design stage, as well as for compliance calculations such as TM59.
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No prior knowledge or software is required to join this webinar. If you are unable to attend the live session, we would still encourage you to register in order to receive the recording.
Who should register?
- Architects who want to learn about building aerodynamics and wind effects for early-stage design.
- Building service engineers and thermal modellers who want to better understand wind pressure coefficients for their thermal models, and how they can be incorporated into their thermal models for better accuracy.
- Sustainability and energy consultants who need to optimize their building designs.
- Anyone interested in learning more about Greenlite, IES, and SimScale.