CFD analysis for HVAC industry’s most comprehensive simulation for design verification, evaluating thermal comfort and safety of people inside the residential and commercial buildings, hotels, schools, parking garages, stadiums, sports and concert arenas, theatres, tunnels, malls and mission critical facilities. Fluid Codes offers in project cost savings, through optimization of building design, which provides results that allow for smaller HVAC equipment sizes, better control to evaluating the energy performance of buildings and elimination of unnecessary components. Furthermore, the reduced cost, and design verification afforded by Fluid Codes, usually contributes toward reduced change orders, improved owner/client satisfaction, and reduces the potential for damages that could arise from any litigation. Below, are some examples of how Fluid Codes has offered built environment in design process.
An ever increasing number of projects are seeking to reduce building energy consumption and demand. As such, more modern and progressive HVAC systems are being applied, particularly to commercial buildings. Fluid Codes has offered design validation services to validate the existing and suggesting clients so that they meet industry standards of thermal comfort, while providing the energy savings expected, and example of such project is shown in the attached image.
The demands for higher safety standards have become the priority from both the insurance companies and the occupiers. However, such demands have forced the HVAC designers to seek for new engineering approaches we offer at Fluid Codes, which could help them to assess the performance of their designs and to improve the safety requirements Fluid Codes offers simulating the fluid movements such as the smoke and fire spreading is the promising approach. It can be used to validate the escape routes of new buildings and establishes the general strategy of the safety requirements, or troubleshooting and retrofitting the existing one. Fluid Codes provides simply the answer and the most effective approach, example of such project is shown in the attached image.