Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 2PM EST
Building codes and owner expectations are driving innovative new ventilation strategies. As a result, engineers are looking to simulate the performance of their HVAC system designs to optimize designs at the earliest opportunity. The trend is toward more companies adopting Airflow Studies in-house with a focus on mitigating risk and winning new business.
Today, HVAC engineers can validate and optimize their designs when submitting bids. Controlling undesired microclimates to meet Thermal Comfort, Draft Rating and Air Quality compliance and operational goals has never been easier. Autodesk CFD gives engineers the ability to see the invisible properties of air moving about the building. With the ability to visualize and analyze microclimates within spaces you can optimize the design with confidence.
This webinar will answer questions, such as:
- How is CFD and Revit integrated?
- Is your design optimized for ACH?
- Does your design meet ASRAE thermal comfort standards?
- How can CFD improve AirQuality?
Speakers:nspan style='color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: "Segoe UI", Frutiger, "Frutiger Linotype", "Dejavu Sans", "Helvetica Neue", Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;'>Ryan Abel, Simulation Business Development Specialist, Autodesk