Thursday, 14 May 2015

HVAC using SolidWorks Flow Simulation


What is HVAC?
HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. The purpose of HVAC system is to control the Temperature and Moisture of air. Air Handling Units (AHUs) used to cool, heat, humidify, dehumidify, filters and ventilate the air before it distributes to different areas of a building.

Why SolidWorks Flow Simulation HVAC?
HVAC System designer can efficiently and easily evaluate and optimize HVAC Systems with CAD embedded CFD, augmented with the HVAC application module. Designer can ensure Thermal Performance and design Quality at the start and avoid costly rework later on.




How SolidWorks Flow Simulation HVAC helps designer?
  • Human Comfort Factors - calculate eight comfort parameters (including 'Predicted Mean Vote' [PMV] and 'Predicted Percent Dissatisfied' [PPD]) to measure thermal comfort and identify potential problem areas
  • Advanced Radiation - model absorption of radiation in solid bodies and definition of the radiation spectrum for a more accurate radiation simulation
  • Tracer Study - analyze the flow of a certain admixture (Tracer) in the existing carrier fluid
  • Enriched Engineering Database - Wide range of building materials and fans to run thermal analysis quickly and efficiently


Applications




Benefits of SolidWorks HVAC Simulation
  • Improve HVAC System Performance
  • Maintain Thermal Comfort conditions
  • Maintain optimum Air Quality
  • Reduce Energy usage
  • Reduce Maintenance Cost
  • Remove moisture contents
  • Reduce Testing Cost
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