Numerical Modelling Alternative Solution

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Egress Modelling

Modelling high occupant load in assembly spaces; 

Malls, Stadiums, Airports, Train Stations and Hospitals. 

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Fire & Smoke modelling

Fire and smoke can be modelled in CFD to predict the performance of buildings in the event of fire. 

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Environmental

Wind can play a major role in the performance and function of buildings.

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Mechanical Ventilation

The ventilation of air within buildings is a critical subject for ensuring a building is both comfortable and safe for people to occupy.

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Jet Fan Modelling

The ventilation of air within buildings is a critical subject for ensuring a building is both comfortable and safe for people to occupy. Ventilating and conditioning the air within a building represents a significant design, construction and maintenance cost.

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Ocean wave Modelling

Ocean and Maritime Engineering present particular challenges to numerical modelling in CFD that must be met with care and expertise.

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Turbo Machinery

Rotary machine – turbines, fans, pumps, propellers etc – are inherently complex machines that lend themselves to design optimisation through CFD.