Introducing occupant thermal comfort using AHC | simulationHub Webinar

Introducing occupant thermal comfort using Autonomous HVAC CFD

Predicting occupant thermal comfort for indoor spaces using Autonomous HVAC CFD.

Thursday, March 5th 2020

Watch the video (60:15 min)

simulationHub has recently launched the technology preview of our upcoming web-app Autonomous HVAC CFD. This new web app will enable its users to perform thousands of HVAC CFD simulations autonomously, explore the entire design space and evaluate the occupant thermal comfort for multiple HVAC design configurations and several thermal load scenarios.

The current technology preview demonstrates an array of 210 CFD simulations performed for an indoor office space with multiple rooms. It presents the ability of the app to provide comparative occupant thermal plots such as PMV & PPD for different air-side systems and seasonal requirements throughout the year.

In this webinar, we introduced the Autonomous HVAC CFD app to the participants and presented a live demonstration of the technology preview.

Featured Speaker
Webinar spekar - Praveen Kumar

Praveen Kumar

Technical Manager, simulationHub

Praveen is working as a Technical Manager in the simulationHub department in CCTech. He has more than a 10 years of experience in applying Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) as a tool to provide design solutions for various domains like Aerospace, Automobile, Turbomachinery, Process, and Thermal & Fluid equipment design. Praveen holds a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and a P.G. Diploma in Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (DACFD).

Webinar spekar - Akshat Vaishnav

Akshat Vaishnav

CFD Engineer, simulationHub

Akshat is a CFD Engineer in the simulationHub team at Center for Computational Technology (CCTech), Pune. He is interested in solving the fluid and thermal problems through CFD as a tool to provide engineering solutions in the stage of product designing. He has expertise in simulationHub's CFD apps like Autonomous HVAC CFD, Autonomous Valve CFD, and Pedestrian Comfort Analysis. He holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from DIAT, Pune.