Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a type of simulation and data analysis that is concerned with fluid flow. We use this branch of physics to study how air flows in a real world scenario. Through the use of CFD, the design team is able to make informed improvements on their ventilation designs.

        We are able to evaluate the thermal comfort and air quality of the building with CFD. Major indicators such as the air velocity, temperature and humidity that are critical to analyzing the occupants’ comfort level are part of the study.

        Combined with our expertise in major energy consuming systems, We ensure that the comfort levels of building occupants are met with the least amount of energy required.