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IES Release MicroFlo CFD Code
Posted Fri January 16, 2004 @03:17PM
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News IES have now released our new Windows-based CFD code, MicroFlo, as an integral part of the system, a CFD code designed specifically for building applications. Users don't have to be CFD experts because the building model automatically supplies all the data required. Excellent graphics make the results easy to understand, and enable users to communicate effectively with their clients. So now, when users need to produce a detailed comfort prediction for different areas of a room, find out if displacement ventilation works, or see if a building funnels the wind, MicroFlo provides the answers - quickly and easily.

The is a unique software system of integrated building performance tools operating from a single model, it brings together all the design strands you need into one unified system. From the earliest stage of the design process you can assess not only CFD but also, solar impact and right to light, capital and running costs, natural ventilation, thermal performance, occupant comfort, daylighting, occupant safety and evacuation, carbon emissions and building regulation compliance.

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