CFD Introduction

CFD is an acronym that refers to “Computational Fluid Dynamics”. CFD uses numerical methods to solve the fundamental nonlinear differential equations that describe fluid flow (the Navier-Stokes and allied equations) for predefined geometries and boundary conditions. The result is a wealth of predictions for flow velocity, temperature, density, and chemical concentrations for any region where flow occurs.

A key advantage of CFD is that it is a very potent, non-intrusive, virtual modeling technique with powerful visualization capabilities, and engineers can evaluate the performance of a wide range of IAQ/HVAC system configurations on the computer without the time, expense, and disruption required to make actual changes onsite.

CFD is one of the areas that has been dramatically developed for the last several decades. This technique has widely been applied to various engineering applications such as automobile and aircraft design, weather science, civil engineering, and oceanography.
Today, the HVAC/IAQ industry is one of the fields that has initiated utilizing CFD techniques widely and rigorously in its design.

Several introductory articles
1. Introduction to CFD_Flonomix (3 fold brochure format)
2. CFD simulation_Auditorium_Flonomix (Report format)

3. CFD simulation_Chemical Lab_Flonomix (Report format)
4. CFD simulation_Underground Parking Structure_Flonomix (3 fold brochure format)



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