Tackling HVAC Applications through advanced fluid dynamics simulation

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Date and Time: 12 May, 2020 at:
10:30 AM Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines (GMT+8)
09:30 AM Jakarta, Indonesia, Thailand

Duration: 60 Minutes

The Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) technology provides environmental comfort and acceptable indoor air quality, which are widely used by Architects and Civil engineers. At the same time, the automotive industry also uses HVAC extensively nowadays. HVAC can be one of the biggest energy consumers in any facility and may get overlooked by the people, and hence it is heavily driven by federal and state regulations.

Current HVAC trends are geared toward lowering the amount of energy used to heat and cool your facility, while also making the process more environmentally friendly. Engineers and scientists are looking for new and different ways to enhance the HVAC landscape. Many answers are lying in enhanced technologies, renewable energy sources, or even a complete reimagining of how an HVAC system should work.

CRADLE CFD Softwares are capable of handling advanced HVAC and Civil Engineering simulations starting from Indoor dynamics to external building loading to even large scale simulations. Architectural and Civil industries have used scSTREAM software for over thirty years, the ever-evolving software is characterized by its overwhelmingly user-friendly interfaces and high-speed processing. Some HVAC Industry simulation trends that will shape the future are:

  1. Sustainable building design - Natural Airflow and ventilation, building materials, green buildings
  2. Smart HVAC Systems - Sensors, thermostats, advanced compressor technologies, etc.
  3. Using Solar Energy - Green lighting, solar heating systems
  4. Air conditioning efficiency - Optimised A/C settings, Age of air, human comfort, etc.
  5. Indoor Dynamics - Spread of pollutants/disease, clean room, laminar flow setups, etc.

Speaker

Karthik Sundarraj,
Technical Solutions, CFD Solutions,
MSC Software Corporation

Karthik Sundarraj is an expert in Experimental and Computational Fluid Dynamics specialised in the areas of High-speed flows and aerodynamics with special interest in Electro-thermal and Bio-medical research. Karthik has the perfect combination of an experienced researcher, a successful academican and an emerging technology strategist. Karthik now works as the Technical Manager, Indo-Pacific at Hexagon | MSC. In his role, Karthik is responsible for the Technical and Business Development activities of CFD Solutions and also handles Academic, skill development and transformational business initiatives. Karthik holds a Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering from Brunel University and Bachelors in Industrial Engineering. He has recently submitted his Doctoral research thesis in high speed flow physics using experimental and computational methods.

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