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Following is the Architectural CFD training package:
This terrific package includes ten different CFD simulation, associate with Architectural engineering field as following:
The present problem simulates the airflow through the space between the two walls of the double facade of a building considering solar radiation. To move the airflow upwards in this space based on the density changes caused by the pressure and temperature changes, the boundary condition of the pressure equal to the atmospheric pressure at the inlet and outlet of this space has been used. The main cause of temperature changes is the presence of solar energy on the plates of these shells. We also assumed that the ambient airflow around the shells has a temperature of 300 K and a heat transfer coefficient of 10 W.m-2. K-1. Also, in the space between these two walls of the facade, a shutter-shaped shading is used, which helps the ventilation process in the system.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the behavior of fluid flow in an upward motion and heat transfer in façade space between two shells and shading plates.
The problem simulates the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) inside a room with a solar chimney. The present model consists of two main parts, including the interior of the room and a sloping solar chimney on the ceiling of the room. The solar chimney consists of glass plates on its side surfaces that are in contact with the environment and, as a transparent medium, receive the solar energy and also have a plate on its back as a heat-absorbing surface. It is assumed that the adsorbent surface behind the chimney has a constant temperature of 335.15 K, while the glass surface in contact with the external environment has heat transfer with its surroundings.
The ambient air temperature is 308.15 K and the convection heat transfer coefficient is equal to 8 Wm-2. K-1. It is also assumed that the heat received from sunlight inside the chimney creates a constant heat source inside the chimney, equivalent to 15000 W.m-3. The airflow from the inlet section at the bottom of the room has a pressure-inlet boundary condition; In this way, this incoming airflow at a temperature of 308.15 K is sucked into the room by the heat of the solar chimney and is transferred to the outside environment of the room.
The problem simulates the airflow inside a room considering a heater and analyzes the heat transfer inside the room using single-sided ventilation. Inside the room, an aluminum radiator is used as a heat source with output energy of 23469 W.m-3. Also, a window is placed on one of the lateral walls for the outlet airflow. The boundary condition of the pressure outlet with the pressure equal to the ambient pressure and the backflow air temperature equal to the room temperature is used. The purpose of this study is to investigate the airflow behavior in the room.
The problem simulates the airflow through three buildings which are arranged in a triangular shape. In fact, these buildings are considered as barriers. In the present case, the area around the three buildings is considered, where the wind enters it horizontally at a velocity of 5 m.s-1 and collides with the buildings. The purpose of this project is to investigate the behavior of wind flow around buildings after dealing with them and to study the behavior of air in the space between the buildings.
The present problem simulates the heat transfer inside the interior of a mosque. In the present case, we assumed that heat transfer takes place in two modes of convection and radiation. In fact, the building’s indoor heating source is powered by both solar energy and the mosque floor heating system. The heat transfers between the sidewalls of the mosque, the roof of the mosque, and its dome have convection with the free airflow of the surrounding environment with a temperature of 309 K and the heat transfer coefficient of 10 W.m-2. K-1. We also carried out the radiation heat transfer on the sidewalls, roof, and dome of the mosque due to the solar radiation, and an absorption coefficient of the surfaces is equal to 0.8.
Also, the heat source used in the floor of the mosque, has the amount of 30 W.m-2, applies a thermal heat flux to the floor of the mosque, assuming a thickness of 20 cm for the floor. Since the main purpose of the issue is to investigate the heat transfer within the mosque, there is no need for inlet and outlet boundary conditions.
The problem simulates the carbon dioxide mass fraction changes in an urban zone. To simulate this model, we consider a 0.1 m height area as a source of carbon dioxide pollutants on the street. In fact, the main purpose of the current simulation is to investigate the effect of free airflow on the amount of CO2 produced by car exhaust. Therefore, we defined an integrated carbon-dioxide production area as a source of mass production on a city street. Free airflow enters the area of an urban environment at a velocity of 0.2 m. s-1 and a temperature of 300 K.
The present study simulates the performance of fan-driven airflow inside an office for HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) operation, including a computer and four lamps. The computer is made of plastic and is considered as a heat source equivalent to 700 W.m-3, while lamp material is glass with a heat source equal to 2500 W.m-3. On the upper part of two walls of the office, we install two fans to transfer airflow into the office. We also assumed that the doors and windows of the office have convection heat transfer by ambient air. The problem goal is to investigate the effect of blown airflow on the components and people in the office.
The present problem simulates the airflow through an atrium. In the present study, the area around the atrium is considered to be that the airflow enters it horizontally at a rate of 8 m.s-1 at a pressure of 101325 Pa and hits the walls of the atrium. The aim of this study is to investigate the behavior of airflow around the walls of the atrium after colliding with them and to investigate the distribution of pressure and velocity of the flow around the atrium.
This problem simulates the internal airflow inside an atrium located in a complex. Atrium works with two natural phenomena, including the greenhouse effect and the chimney effect. In the present case, we consider the cylindrical area (the atrium) in the central part of a complex; So that the airflow at the velocity of 2 m.s-1 and the pressure of 101325 Pa enters the complex from the lower entrance, and enters the interior space of the atrium from the upper entrance. The purpose of this project is to investigate the behavior of airflow, and also study the pressure and velocity distribution of the internal flow inside the atrium.
The problem is to simulate the airflow and ventilation inside a wind catcher. The windcatcher is octagonal and has a relatively simple structure. The windcatcher consists of a column for pulling the exterior air or sucking up the air inside room space for air circulation inside it, and a wall for the space around the windcatcher building, and also this wind catcher complex is located in a large space of open airflow domain. The wind is moving horizontally at a speed of 10 m.s-1 towards the windcatcher building. Also, the model pressure is equal to atmospheric pressure. The purpose of this project is to investigate the flow of air entering the windcatcher building and the inside airflow.
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