LBM Solver Validation for Pedestrian Wind Comfort

About this Free Webinar

In this webinar, participants can learn the accuracy of the Lattice-Boltzmann Method (LBM) solver for pedestrian wind comfort, by following along with the results in the simulation project. Users will be able to see the benefits of using a transient solver for pedestrian-level wind analyses, and ask additional questions in the live ‘Q and A’. The project uses experimental results from the Architectural Institute of Japan to validate computational fluid dynamics (CFD) findings. The case being validated is Case E, which consists of a complex of buildings with simplified geometry. The aim of the simulation is to reproduce the macro-level wind regime around the buildings by testing 4 wind directions, and to validate results from SimScale against the AIJ experimental results.

No prior knowledge or software is required to join this webinar. All participants can get access to SimScale with all the required simulation features by creating a Community account on our website. If you are unable to attend the live session, we would still encourage you to register in order to receive the recording.

About SimScale

With offices in Boston and Munich, SimScale is the world’s first production-ready SaaS application for engineering simulation. By providing instant access to computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis, SimScale has moved high-fidelity physics simulation technology from a complex and cost-prohibitive desktop application only available to experts in large companies to a user-friendly web application accessible to any designer and engineer in the world.



Lattice-Boltzmann Solver Validation for Pedestrian Wind Comfort

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

26th of June, 2019 11:00 a.m. ET (New York) / 5:00 p.m. CET (Munich)

Discover the accuracy of the LBM solver for pedestrian wind comfort, and follow along with the project to see for yourself the benefits of using a transient solver for pedestrian-level wind analyses.

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