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Friday, July 01, 2022
By Manish Kamath
The simulationHub team visited the ChemTECH expo in June 2022 at the Jio World Centre, Mumbai. The objective of the visit was to demonstrate our cutting-edge CFD simulation software Autonomous Valve CFD to the valve industry. Aaditya Ruikar, Ruturaj Patil, and Manish Kamath were part of this initiative. This is an experience blog by Manish Kamath.
Thursday, April 07, 2022
By Rohit Chavan & Manish Kamath
SimulationHub is thriving to democratize technology with the help of cloud computing, providing easy-to-use, cloud-based and affordable CFD tools. This platform created a wide range of APIs for rapidly developing and deploying CFD simulation apps. This blog explains the integration of simulationHub and Amazon Web Services to perform complex calculations efficiently
Tuesday, January 04, 2022
By Tanmay Patil
Autonomous HVAC CFD is an essential cloud-based application for enriched CFD analysis for all kinds of building space. A software especially created for HVAC design engineers to harness the power of CFD without any prior knowledge and experience in using CFD software. Conduct several space designs with air terminal designs. This blog will describe how AHC can help HVAC engineers in their conceptual design phase.
Wednesday, December 22, 2021
By Manish Kamath
Fluid flow simulation offers a lot of potential for the AEC sector, as it allows architects and engineers to evaluate and enhance building performance early on in the design process. It's no longer impossible to reach its full potential, due to the emergence of a user-friendly cloud-based platform - simulationHub, which has been able to democratize this challenge by developing an Autonomous HVAC CFD Application. This blog will give you an overview of the results obtained by the AHC Application and describe how every result obtained is made easy to understand, which plays an important role in analyzing a given space and helps designers to optimize it.
Friday, January 24, 2020
By Chaitanya Rane
This is a blog on the analysis of pedestrian wind comfort around a sea-facing high-rise area, Brickell Avenue, in Miami Florida. The Pedestrian Comfort Analysis app was used to perform the CFD simulations and generate the wind comfort plot. The results generated from the analysis show that there is wind funneling in narrow alleys and identify possible locations of pedestrian discomfort.
Saturday, July 06, 2019
By Aaditya Ruiker
This blog discusses the causes of cavitation, and current methods of determination of valve cavitation and how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) will help in minimizing it. Briefly, it presents a short study on the identifying onset of valve cavitation on a DN100 globe valve using a cloud-based valve CFD software by simulationHub.