Achieving proper ventilation in indoor spaces became one of the main challenges that HVAC designers and engineers often face. Ventilation effectiveness can be increased by drawing more fresh air into the space. However, this will take a toll on the energy efficiency of the building. In certain circumstances, opting for a displacement-type ventilation system has significantly improved air quality and thermal comfort. Therefore, In this blog, we will learn the details of ventilation systems used in the HVAC industry along with a simulation performed on the case study to compare the performance of traditional and displacement systems using the Autonomous HVAC CFD (AHC) application.
No air distribution system can be designed in just one iteration. Every system goes through various stages of design iterations before being manufactured and installed in a space. The use of precise diagnostic tools to improve the performance of the air distribution system is highly critical as it makes the design life cycle more efficient. After reading this blog, the reader will understand how they can effectively diagnose an airside system using Computational Fluid Dynamics via Autonomous HVAC CFD.
The Centre for Computational Technologies (CCTech) is thrilled to announce the commercial release of Autonomous HVAC CFD (AHC 2023). The app had one of the most extensive beta testing programs, where hundreds of HVAC engineers worldwide volunteered to test the app with various build spaces and solve their real-world problems.
simulationHub is here with the next-generation technology of CFD simulations for the HVAC industry. Users can define design configurations and scenarios, then perform a rapid design exploration to evaluate thermal comfort for each condition. Read more about the one-of-its-kind CFD simulation software in this blog.
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.
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