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Computational Fluid Dynamics(CFD):

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a branch of fluid mechanics that examines fluid movements and behaviors by using different numerical calculations and algorithm methods.

In engineering studies, it is of great importance that fluid operations can be accurately detected. In complex models, which cannot be calculated directly by analytical methods, the information such as heat transfer values, pressure values, fluid velocity vectors and contours can be obtained with CFD analysis while the part is in the process of design.

The Cvsair family provides solutions to the valued customers in air conditioning systems with the use of mechanical ventilation and jet ventilation in indoor car parks, which have an important place in the HVAC industry, and support their work with CFD analysis.

With its experienced and dynamic staff, Cvsair has been working on CFD analysis in different conditions such as closed parking lots, warehouses, building wind analyzes and working environment analyzes.

As a result of CFD analysis studies, flow velocity contours and vectors, heat transfer values, pressure values ​​can be obtained according to the customer’s demand.

Closed Carpark CFD Analysis: 

Cvsair, at the height of 1.7 meters (average human level), considering the fire situation for CFD analysis of indoor car parks in the HVAC sector;

  • Smoke distribution,
  • Temperature distribution,
  • Visibility,
  • Carbon Monoxide Gas Distribution
  • Results of velocity distributions as vector and contours,

At a height of 1.7 meters (average human level) given the daily situation;

  • Carbon Monoxide Gas Distribution
  • Velocity results
  • Temperature distributions

According to the results of the CFD analysis, the results of the CFD analysis of the car park ventilation system at the project stage, whether the registration of compliance issues or reports to customers.

Flow Analysis Around Building

A high wind speed around a building may cause a negative impact on the building. These negativities can be listed as the imbalances in the building structure, the formation of a high level of sound formation, the negativity of the building and the formation of unwanted turbulences among these buildings.

The implementation of CFD analysis on flow around the building ensures that the aforementioned building can be avoided during the project phase. If the velocity values that can be obtained as a result of CFD analysis are available for a sample building structure, all the negativities can be reported.

Closed Area CFD Analysis

Meeting room, office, warehouse, conference halls, cinema halls, factories etc. The application of CFD analysis in closed volumes ensures that these volumes are in the expected comfort conditions and that the negativity on the system can be determined in such areas as the adequacy of ventilation equipment.

Obtained in the analysis of closed volumes;

  • Velocity results,
  • Temperature distributions,
  • Pressure distributions,
  • Heat transfer values

All the problems that may occur for the systems demanded for CFD analysis can be reported.