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Simulation is driving innovation in HVAC design for an assembly hall in Saudi Arabia.
Off-road vehicle machinery operators — like those on a construction crew — spend long hours in their equipment under a wide range of weather conditions and want to precisely adjust the temperature of the cabin. By utilizing simulation, Mobile Climate Control engineers are creating heater valves that enable occupants to have full control of cabin temperatures for maximum comfort.
Zitron trusts engineering simulation to meet evolving needs in tunnel ventilation system design.
Designing the climate control system for the reconstruction of the historic Berlin City Palace required meeting many, often conflicting, requirements for energy conservation, human comfort, artistic preservation and cost. ILK Dresden engineers used ANSYS Fluent simulation to guide development of a design that matches all of these objectives.
At the University of Iowa, Professor Frederick Stern has developed a customized educational approach using the ANSYS Workbench interface and tools that help students quickly learn to use ANSYS Fluent for advanced computational fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations, while reinforcing introductory fluid mechanics concepts.
ANSYS HPC Parametric Pack licensing enables the quick solution of parametric simulations.