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Meeting the Challenge of Sustainable Building Design with CFD
Posted Wed July 16, 2008 @10:48AM
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Announcements CD-adapco invites you to an exclusive two-hour seminar that will explore how Computational Fluid Dynamics simulation can contribute to the design of sustainable buildings.

The free seminar will be held July 30th at the University of California Berkeley, SimBuild 2008.

Sponsor CFD Review

The seminar will focus on how flow simulation technology can be applied to predicting and controlling thermal conditions within the built environment. Using CD-adapco’s STAR-CCM+ software and starting from an architectural rendering model, the seminar will demonstrate the complete process from building the CFD simulation from to predicting the comfort of the occupants.

Topics will include:

  • Building a CFD simulation from an architectural rendering model
  • Predicting occupant comfort (MRT, PMV, PPD)
  • Solar radiation and glazing modeling
  • Pedestrian comfort simulation

The seminar is free to attend, but places are strictly limited. Register now to guarantee your place.

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