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Occupant Thermal Comfort Using Autonomous HVAC CFD
Posted Thu February 27, 2020 @02:22PM
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Announcements CCTech will host Introducing occupant thermal comfort using Autonomous HVAC CFD on March 5th.

In this webinar, we will introduce the Autonomous HVAC CFD app and give you all a live demonstration of the technology preview.

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This new web app will enable its users to perform thousands of HVAC CFD simulations autonomously, explore the entire design space and evaluate the occupant thermal comfort for multiple HVAC design configurations and several thermal load scenarios.

The current technology preview demonstrates an array of 210 CFD simulations performed for an indoor office space with multiple rooms. It presents the ability of the app to provide comparative occupant thermal plots such as PMV & PPD for different air-side systems and seasonal requirements throughout the year.

Register now to confirm your seat for the live demo.

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