CFD simulation is a modern way of determining wind loads and effects and presenting the results in the most suitable form for practical use.
Pedestrian comfort is a measurable and regulated characteristic of an area. Its assessment makes it possible to use outdoor areas more efficiently in modern urban development projects. Environmental comfort is another significant characteristic.
CFD simulations allow for optimizing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to achieve a higher level of comfort and energy efficiency for the premises. Other indoor climate aspects include smoke exhaust simulation and simulation of industrial pollution exhaust from indoor air.
This is to assess the efficiency of health protection zones (HPZ), and the environmental comfort beyond their borders, based on CFD simulation of the actual concentration distribution of air pollutants, taking into account the frequency of wind speeds and directions and the features of the terrain and the building.
As part of CFD simulation, taking into account the effect of the terrain on wind currents makes it possible to find the best locations for wind power generation, as well as to find the most suitable locations for placing individual wind turbines on a wind farm.
Simulation of temperature fields and heat currents inside the building envelope taking into account nonhomogeneous heat (heat or cold bridges) has become an essential tool for modern energy-efficient construction.
Simulation of temperature fields is required for solving the issues of structural fire resistance and integrity, taking into account the effects of temperature (thermoelasticity).
Calculation of various loads and effects all combined in a single design model helps to improve the accuracy of calculations for buildings and structures.
Estimations for optimizing building structures are most effective at the first stages of the project development. They are based on computation of all possible options for the design model in order to find the best design for the building or any of its structures.
Non-linear analysis of the three-axis strain-stress behaviour of steel in metal structures taking into account the loads on fittings and bolts helps to ensure the quality of a modern, robust, and cost efficient design.
This is a non-linear analysis of the loads applied to reinforced concrete structures, calculating the loads applied to the concrete and steel reinforcements as separate construction materials interacting with each other.
We develop the 'Energy Efficiency' section of design documentation according to the latest requirements, using computer simulation of temperature fields.
The results of aerophysics wind-tunnel testing often require additional engineering analysis for obtaining the initial data on wind loads and effects required for project development.
CFD simulation, including validation of the numerical model based on wind-tunnel tests enables adding the advantages of modern numerical simulation to the results of standard aerodynamics tests, while reducing the aggregate costs of tests.
Our approach is using high-tech numerical simulation for efficient resolution of real-life problems. We use our real-life experience to improve your project.