This blog explores the precision of Autonomous HVAC Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) through three detailed case studies. It showcases how this automated approach can accurately predict indoor environmental flow physics, providing valuable insights for optimizing indoor air quality and design. The studies include in-depth discussions on geometry and meshing, boundary conditions, numerical setup, and detailed analysis of results, highlighting the app's reliability in indoor environment simulations.
Read this blog regarding Green Building Week to gain insights into the profound influence of HVAC design on sustainable construction practices. Uncover the innovative Autonomous HVAC CFD tool, and take advantage of our exclusive offer—a complimentary 10,000 sq. ft HVAC simulation, tailor-made for this special occasion. Embark on a journey into the realm of sustainable architecture with us, where professionalism and environmental consciousness converge.
Get to know the ins and outs of importing a Revit design into Autonomous HVAC CFD. Be it basic designs or complex ones, you can import any if you follow the guidelines to the letter. Learn how to eliminate the need for designing an airside distribution system in our app entirely and how to have multiple systems imported at the same time.
Explore the risks associated with poor indoor air quality and the role of CO2 in impacting health. Discover how the Autonomous HVAC CFD app is revolutionizing IAQ management. From understanding CO2 significance to leveraging AHCs advanced insights, this blog uncovers the path to healthier, sustainable living.
The comfort of occupants in buildings is a crucial factor in determining the performance of a building. In conjunction with an occupant's overall thermal satisfaction, local thermal comfort plays an important role in assessing the predicted percentage of dissatisfaction (PPD) in space. The risk of local thermal discomfort varies greatly with clothing levels, metabolic rate, and activity levels.