Airflow 01: Computational Fluid Dynamics

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This is a recording of a Building Simulation 2017 session presentation, held on August 7, 2017. Building Simulation 2017 brought together practitioners and researchers from around the world to share information about the state of the art in simulation tools and applications and to discuss new developments. The conference featured updates and insights regarding new research to improve simulation capabilities for advanced low-energy building systems, case studies from successful projects that demonstrate the key role that simulation plays, and ongoing efforts to enable compliance and building rating software to support radiant and other energy efficient systems.

Session Title: Airflow 01: Computational Fluid Dynamics

Chair: Paul Linden

Presenters:

Evaluation of Thermal Comfort in Naturally Ventilated School Classrooms Using CFD
Charalampos Angelopoulos, Loughborough University, UK

Design of Stadia for Hot Climates: A CFD and Wind Tunnel Analysis of the Wind Flow over a Saddle-Shaped Roof
Rubina Ramponi, Arup, UK

Evaluation of Impact of Turbulence Model Choices in CFD for Cp-Values Used in Airflow Networks
Junji Yi, University of British Columbia, Canada

CFD Assessment of Thermal Comfort and Indoor Air Quality Using Ductless Personalized Ventilation
Hayder Alsaad, Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany

Fundamental Study of Coupling Methods between Energy Simulation and CFD
Tatsuhiro Yamamoto, Kyushu University, Japan

The Calibration Process for a CFD Simulated Model of a Naturally Ventilated Auditorium
Julia Suzanne Thompson, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

High-Resolution Analysis for the Development of TABS in Lightweight Structures
Gearoid Patrick Lydon, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Other Videos in this Series:

Airflow 02: Design for Natural Ventilation

Airflow 03: Analysis of Natural Ventilation