Numerical Modelling Specialists
Passive Ventilation Solutions › Alternative Natural Ventilation Australia
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
(Passive Ventilation Solutions)
CFD is able to provide a clear understanding of the three-dimensional flow behavior in engineering problems, enabling better design outcomes, greater efficiency and reliability, reduced design and operational risk, and reduced through-life costs. Modern CFD is a hugely powerful and versatile multi-physics computational modelling tool that can predict the behavior of any fluid system (gas or liquid). In recent years, CFD has become an indispensable tool for efficient building design, leveraging its rapid development since its inception in the aerospace industry in the 1960s.
The utility of CFD simulations, across many industries, is extremely broad. It can be used to analyse the impact of building exhaust pollutants on the environment, to predict smoke and fire spread in buildings, to optimize car park ventilation using natural or mechanical systems (including jet fans), to quantify indoor environment quality like occupant comfort and management of airborne pathogen risk, and to design natural ventilation systems. For example, HVAC systems are typically oversized because of significant design uncertainties regarding where thermal differentials, radiant temperature asymmetries, and drafts, will occur in an operating building. Exploiting the insight provided by CFD, you can right-size HVAC solutions to eliminate redundant equipment and save installation, operation, and maintenance costs while achieving a superior design performance. Fluidics takes great pride in partnering with clients to achieve the most cost-effective and efficient design solutions possible.
Fluidics is specialized in Passive Ventilation Solutions system, Alternative Natural Ventilation Australia. Fluidics focuses on ventilation solutions, numerical analysis to help mechanical engineers, architects, and contractors assess and improve their designs using numerical models such as CFD.