Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) allows engineers to visualize flow velocity and density, thermal impact, chemical concentrations, and flow speed for any area where flow occurs.
This allows engineers to identify problem areas and recommend the best solutions. CFD is used extensively in the construction industry to optimize an HVAC system's design and analysis. Continue to read more about HVAC CFD analysis (“anlisis CFD HVAC” in the Spanish Language).
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Performance prediction before installing or modifying systems:
Computational fluid dynamics allow fluid flows to be simulated, and HVAC performance can easily be evaluated without the need to install or build the prototype. This allows for the identification of critical problems and the development of solutions to improve HVAC performance in buildings.
This site provides detailed and precise information about HVAC design parameters:
It is crucial to have detailed information on the flow in an occupied area to be able to design and analyze an HVAC system. Advanced CFD simulations can be used to calculate this information and the analysis of an occupied area.
CFD Analysis Applications for HVAC Systems:
Industrial ventilation design
Simulations of general office/room environments
Fume hood design
Effective smoke evacuation in smoking lounges
Swimming pool ventilation
Advanced CFD Simulations to Validate and Optimize HVAC Design Parameters
The HVAC system includes the finer points such as the location of the diffusers and exhausts, the temperature and flow rate of the air supplied. Optimized and validated for occupant structure and increased occupant comfort.