Tuesday December 13, 2016
11AM ET/5PM CET
Are you still using rules of thumb or hand calculations when trying to find the solutions to problems in your HVAC system designs?
If you want to speed up the product design process and improve the efficiency of your designs, then it's a great time to get introduced to the new trends in the engineering tools that can help to optimize your day-to-day work. With the CAD (Computer Aided Design) and CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) tools moving to the cloud, it has never been as easy and cost-efficient to design, virtually test, and optimize your HVAC systems. An Internet connection and a web browser is all you need to create 3D designs of offices spaces, electronic components, heat exchangers, data centers or car interiors, and to predict the cooling, heating or ventilation effects on these designs.
Join this webinar, presented by David Heiny, Chief Executive Officer at SimScale GmbH, and Joe Dunne, Developer Relations at Onshape Inc., to learn how 3D design and engineering simulation can help you improve your product design process. David and Joe will discuss how to leverage CAD and CAE in the cloud to:
- Analyze and optimize the design of air conditioning, heating, and ventilation systems
- Predict thermal comfort in residential areas, offices, and passengers cabins via air temperature, velocity, radiant temperature
- Reduce energy supply for HVAC systems via better ducting, fan or cooling unit placement
David Heiny, Chief Executive Officer at SimScale GmbH
Joe Dunne, Developer Relations at Onshape Inc.