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CFD Simulation for the Building Environment
Posted Mon April 27, 2015 @02:30PM
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Announcements Join CD-adapco for a Lunch and Learn Event on April 29, 2015, 10:30 AM - 2:45 PM in Nashville, TN.

This event will demonstrate how companies like Atkins, Atelier 10, Gruner, IES, M/E Engineering, and Arup use simulation to create energy efficient designs.

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We will discuss how STAR-CCM+® Computational Fluid Dynamics software can be used to help in the design of energy efficient buildings. Some areas include fire and smoke modeling, cleanroom studies, wind dispersion, thermal comfort, solar loading, pedestrian comfort and other building-related analyses. Each discipline carries with it, numerous opportunities to simultaneously improve energy efficiency and human safety.

Presenters will use STAR-CCM+ and complex, real-world subway tunnel geometry to demonstrate ways to dynamically alter venting configurations to improve air flow.

There is also a hands-on session to solve an HVAC problem. Put your engineering skills to the test and create a better design than your neighbor! No previous training required.

This workshop is free, but registration is required as spaces are limited. Learn more by visiting our event page.

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