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White Paper – 5 Ways CFD Helps Architects and Engineers Improve Building Performance

Buildings are the human response to inclement weather. Be it the shining sun, heat, cold, wind gusts, rain, snow, dust or any other harmful elements of nature, our shelters allow us to rest, work or carry out almost any activity in comfort and safety.

With this functional goal in mind, architects and engineers have developed a wide variety of designs and technologies that, with time and testing, have been proven to meet the requirements of safe and comfortable buildings.

With the advent of computer-aided engineering (CAE), engineers and architects now have access to powerful tools that allow them to develop building projects with more confidence, efficiency and agility.

In fact, this technology is so important to building design that it has become indispensable in the validation and exploration of concepts, and for any innovative development project. But where can CAE tools be used in the design of a building? That’s what this white paper will answer.

In this White Paper, you’ll learn:
  • How CFD can be used to validate HVAC designs.
  • How CFD can be used to reap enormous energy efficiency gains.
  • How CFD can be used to predict the wind loads that a building will experience, pedestrian wind comfort, and more.

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