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Planes, Trains & Automobiles: Cabin Comfort Using CFD
Posted Thu February 03, 2011 @04:42PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Planes, Trains & Automobiles: Cabin Comfort Using CFD on February 24th, 2011 at 2pm US/Eastern.

The complimentary web presentation will demonstrate how Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is used in the prediction of thermal comfort within passenger cabins, how the conditions can be improved within the space, and how the consideration of factors such as glazing type and supply flow rate can lead to energy savings.

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The issue of thermal comfort in passenger cabins, such as those found in planes, trains, buses, and cars is a challenging one for HVAC designers. There are many factors that the HVAC designer needs to account for, including the external conditions to which the vehicle is exposed, the necessity to address both micro and macro environments within the space, and differing occupancy levels (and thereby heat loads) during operation.

For more information and to register, click here.

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