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.
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.
The mechanical system design of a new office building is tuned to maximize the quality of the occupant experience, and this presents challenges from a thermal comfort and indoor air quality perspective. Healthy and comfortable indoor environments are essential for occupant satisfaction, well-being, and productivity for people who spend most of their time indoors. In terms of indoor environmental quality, the main components are thermal comfort and indoor air quality, which are primarily controlled by HVAC systems. In this blog, we will explore how Autonomous HVAC CFD (AHC) helps to ensure thermal comfort and indoor air quality in office spaces at the design stage.
Discover how Autonomous HVAC CFD's Air Diffusion Performance Index (ADPI) is changing the game in HVAC design. With its ability to predict occupant thermal comfort and optimize HVAC system performance, ADPI is the key to enhancing buildings' air quality and comfort. This blog delves into the innovative features of Autonomous HVAC CFD and the advantages of ADPI over traditional methods. Whether you're an HVAC professional or simply interested in the latest advancements in building technology, this blog is a must-read
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.
This is a press release article about the integration of Autodesk Forge Viewer in simulationHub applications. As simulationHub software are web applications, it is very important to provide a good experience for the users to upload and view the 3D CAD model and its simulation results conveniently on the simulationHub’s web browser. So simulationHub, use Autodesk Forge viewer for visualizing the 3D models in a web browser or on mobile devices.