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Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis is used by environmental designers to calculate the temperature, velocity and pressure of the design through a 3-D simulation platform.
CFD is used to answer design questions such as:
• What sort of temperature distribution could be expected in an atrium under clear sky summer conditions?
• Will the arrangement of supply diffusers provide adequate air flow?
• Is the location of the radiators going to provide comfortable living conditions?
• Will natural ventilation provide occupants with adequate comfort in the summer?
• What effect will the shape of the building have on local wind velocity?
• Are there any areas of immobile air pockets inside the building?
• Which layout design in a hot/cold isle server centre gives the most effective equipment cooling?