Construction

Pendant des milliers d'années, l'industrie de la construction a répondu aux exigences de son époque en innovant sans cesse. Les défis actuels sont centrés autour de l'économie d'énergie, la réduction des coûts d'exploitation et l’amélioration de la sécurité et du confort des occupants.

Pour rester compétitives, les entreprises les plus innovantes du secteur de la construction utilisent la simulation numérique pour comprendre l'impact de leurs décisions de conception : du choix du site, aux détails architecturaux, au choix des matériaux jusqu’au chauffage et à la climatisation.

Avec ANSYS, les concepteurs, les ingénieurs et les entreprises de construction disposent des méthodes de simulation les plus automatisées, les plus efficaces et les plus rentables du 21ème siècle.

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  • Ventilation & Comfort Modeling
  • Wind Engineering

It’s impossible to predict many of the hazardous events that can occur in buildings: gas leaks, terrorist attacks, an object impacting a building happen without warning, to name a few. And because accidents can’t always be prevented, building designers, city officials and administrators need to take the possibility of these events into account when they are designing and building a new structure.

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Engineers and architects designing fire and smoke management systems for buildings, subways and other facilities must be mindful of three key factors: safety of the occupants, structural integrity of the facility, and adherence to government regulations.

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Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) is an extremely competitive industry, and the main pressure is to design more effective equipment at a faster rate. Improvements that address noise reduction, energy efficiency, eco-friendly design and reliability are pivotal for HVAC manufacturers trying to get ahead of the competition.

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The structural integrity of any building is only as good as its individual parts. The way those parts fit together along with the choice of materials and its specific site all contribute to how the building will perform under normal — or extreme — conditions.

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Developing heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems takes into account factors such as room temperature, humidity and expected occupancy as well as heat loss through doors, windows and walls.

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Designs of skyscrapers, bridges, stadiums and iconic landmarks around the world grow more complex with each new project. As a result, engineers must carry out more and more complex analyses on these structures to ensure strength and safety.

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