Engineers and architects are increasingly using engineering simulation to ensure that public spaces meet sustainability, energy efficiency, and safety goals within tight project timelines.
Energy simulator services (“servicios de simulacin energtica in the Spanish Language“) can be used to create a virtual model and calculate the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), the performance of a space or building.
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This virtual building design method leads to:
Rapid investigation of other designs, Performance can be improved by a better understanding of the elements, Explore a more innovative solution.
As the global pandemic has impacted people and businesses all over the globe, HVAC simulation has been more important than ever.
COVID-19 spread quickly, resulting in increased mitigation efforts and the closure of non-essential businesses. Three ways are the most common routes that this highly contagious virus can be transmitted:
Airborne particles, Droplets that result from a cough, sneeze, or other respiratory infection, Contacting a surface contaminated with infectious particles.
For us to be able to return to our normal daily lives, public spaces need to consider many strategies to reduce the spread of airborne disease. This is what you may have seen in our previous blogs. A CrossFit gym owner had the task of improving ventilation to ensure that it could open safely.
Design Exploration Upfront
Discovery can be used for testing a range of design ideas and concepts before reaching a final optimized design or building physical prototypes.
Three key capabilities are available to Discovery: Preparation for geometry, Design exploration, Verification of design.