It is widely accepted that buildings have a large impact on energy consumption and CO2 emissions. In the UK alone, it is estimated that the energy consumption share of buildings, is about 46% of the total energy consumed, which results in the CO2 release of approximately 66 million tonnes into the atmosphere. In the United States, buildings account for 39% of CO2 emissions. Most of this energy use is for the provision of heating, cooling, lighting and hot water supply. The design of comfortable and energy efficient buildings can be deemed a successful way to reduce to building energy consumption and thereby CO2 emission. In this webinar, we explore a recent case study where computational fluid dynamics (CFD) helped a facility to become more energy efficient.
Date: June 5th, 2018
Time: 10.00am-11.00am (Eastern Time)
Webinar Outcomes: In the webinar, Envenio will discuss how they collaborated with a client on a recent project to use good mechanical HVAC design and airflow simulations to reduce capital costs and improve energy efficiency in a production facility.
They will discuss how simulations can be used to build confidence in engineering designs, provide impact evidence, and be used to model complex heat transfer & airflow phenomena that cannot be modelled by hand.
Ideal for: Architects, building designers, engineering consultants, and HVAC professionals.