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Passive Ventilation CFD Simulation Training Package, ANSYS Fluent

$373.00 Student Discount

In this CFD simulation training package, we have studied various methods for different Passive Ventilation systems. There are 10 CFD projects, including a windcatcher, atrium, turbo ventilator, solar chimney, facade, balcony, wind tower, PCM application, and wind tower with qanat.

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Windcatcher CFD Simulation ANSYS Fluent CFD Simulation Training

  • In this project, we have simulated a Windcatcher using ANSYS Fluent software as a Passive Ventilation system.
  • Three-dimensional windcatcher modeling was done using Design Modeler software.
  • The model meshing has been done using ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number is 2332185.

If you need the Geometry designing and Mesh generation training video for one product, you can choose this option.

If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

Internal Airflow of Atrium CFD Simulation, ANSYS Fluent Training

  • The problem numerically simulates the Internal Airflow of the Atrium using ANSYS Fluent software.
  • We design the 3-D model by the Design Modeler software.
  • We Mesh the model by ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equals 2496105.
  • This project is a sample of Passive Ventilation systems.

If you need the Geometry designing and Mesh generation training video for one product, you can choose this option.

If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

Turbo Ventilator, ANSYS Fluent CFD Simulation Tutorial

  • The present CFD project simulates an Air Turbo Ventilator via ANSYS Fluent software.
  • We designed the geometry using ANSYS Design modeler software and created the mesh using ANSYS meshing software.
  • The total number of elements is 2094625.
  • The Frame Motion (MRF) method has been used in Cell Zone Conditions to define rotation.

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If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

Double Skin Façade CFD Simulation by ANSYS Fluent Training

  • The problem numerically simulates a double-skin facade using ANSYS Fluent software.
  • We design the 3-D model by the Design Modeler software.
  • We Mesh the model by ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equals 490725.
  • We define the Ideal Gas option for air density to consider the buoyancy effect.
  • We define a Heat Source for the glass part.

 

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If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

Facade CFD Simulation Considering Radiation (HVAC), ANSYS Fluent CFD Simulation Tutorial

  • The present problem simulates the ventilation applying the double façade of the building by ANSYS Fluent software
  • The geometry of the present model is three-dimensional and is drawn using Design Modeler software.
  • The meshing of the present model has been done using ANSYS Meshing software. The element number is 4264442.
  • The DO solar Radiation model is applied.

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If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

Solar Chimney for a Room HVAC, ANSYS Fluent CFD Simulation Tutorial

  • The problem is simulating the HVAC inside the room using a solar chimney by ANSYS Fluent software.
  • The 2-ِD geometry of the present model is carried out using Design Modeler software.
  • The meshing of the present model has been done using ANSYS Meshing software. The mesh type is structured and the element number is 42846.
  • The Buoyancy effect plays the main role in the room HVAC. Convection heat transfer is applied.

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If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

Air Conditioning of Room with Balcony by Solar Radiation, ANSYS Fluent

  • The problem numerically simulates Air Conditioning of Room with Balcony by Solar Radiation using ANSYS Fluent software.
  • We design the 3-D model by the Design Modeler software.
  • We mesh the model with ANSYS Meshing software.
  • The mesh type is Structured, and the element number equals 290250.
  • We use the P1 Radiation model to apply solar rays.
  • We use the Ideal Gas law for air density to consider natural convection.

If you need the Geometry designing and Mesh generation training video for one product, you can choose this option.

If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

Wind Tower (2-D) CFD Simulation by ANSYS Fluent Tutorial

  • The problem numerically simulates the conjugate heat transfer of airflow in a simplified 4-story wind tower using ANSYS Fluent software.
  • We design the 2-D model by the Design Modeler software.
  • We Mesh the model by ANSYS Meshing software.
  • The mesh type is Structured, and the element number equals 6375.
  • The Boussinesq model is used to apply the air density changes due to temperature change.

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If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

Passive Ventilation by PCM, ANSYS Fluent CFD Simulation Tutorial

  • The present CFD Project simulates PCM for Passive Ventilation via ANSYS Fluent software.
  • We modeled the geometry using ANSYS Design modeler software and created the mesh using ANSYS meshing software.
  • The meshing is structured, and the number of cells for the first and second models is 228448 and 241560, respectively.
  • The solidification and Melting Model has been used to define PCMs.
  • Incompressible Ideal Gas has been used to define density changes.
  • The problem is dependent on time and unsteady.

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Wind Tower with Qanat, ANSYS Fluent CFD Simulation Training

  • The present CFD Project simulates a Wind Tower with Qanat via ANSYS Fluent software.
  • We modeled the geometry using ANSYS Design modeler software and created the mesh using ANSYS meshing software.
  • The total number of elements is 402198.
  • Incompressible Ideal Gas has been used to define density changes.

If you need the Geometry designing and Mesh generation training video for one product, you can choose this option.

If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

If you need the Geometry designing and Mesh generation training video for all the products, you can choose this option.

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If you need expert consultation through the training video, this option gives you 1-hour technical support.

Description

This training package includes 10 Passive Ventilation CFD simulation projects using ANSYS Fluent software. MR-CFD suggests this package to those interested in the passive ventilation engineering field. This package introduces you to various passive ventilation systems’ performance principles and how to simulate them numerically. This package presents 10 different Passive Ventilation systems appropriate for all Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced users.

Passive Ventilation supplies air to and removes air from an indoor space without using mechanical systems. There are two types of natural ventilation occurring in buildings: wind-driven Ventilation and buoyancy-driven Ventilation.

Wind-driven Passive Ventilation arises from the different pressures created by wind around a building or structure and openings formed on the perimeter, which then permit flow through the building.

However, Buoyancy-driven Passive Ventilation occurs due to the directional buoyancy force that results from temperature differences between the interior and exterior.

Wind-Driven Passive Ventilation

Windcatcher

A clear example of wind-driven passive ventilation systems is the windcatcher, which project no. 1 presented. A windcatcher is a tower for Ventilation and cooling the building’s interior on the roof.

The windcatcher transfers air into the building by suction to drive warm and polluted air out. The internal structure is such that air enters and traps between the walls. As a result, air moves downward from its outlet panels to the building’s interior.

Atrium

In another example of the wind-driven passive ventilation system, project no. 2 investigated the airflow inside the atrium.

This atrium has a glass roof and a set of windows that usually are located immediately after the main entrances of the buildings. This part of the building is used to provide the necessary light for the interior and building Ventilation.

Turbo Ventilator

Sometimes in a ventilation system, there is also a mechanical device. However, this mechanical device does not consume energy and works without the intervention of an external agent. The turbo ventilator is a sample of this group.

A rotating turbine is placed on the ceiling of the room. It receives the energy of the air inside, and as a result, it rotates. Due to the rotation of the blades, air suction is created to enhance the ventilation process. Project no. 3 has investigated the performance of this system.

Buoyancy-Driven Passive Ventilation

Facade

A clear example of buoyancy-driven passive ventilation systems is the facade, which project no. 4 presented. Double skin facades consist of two skin (mainly glass layers), and the space between these two shells is a channel or holes for airflow.

In the hot seasons, the air sucked from the bottom into the interior space of the two-layer facade can repel the heat absorbed by the sun’s heat to the interior space between the two skins upwards. As a result, rejecting the heat from the walls of the building, it cools the interior space of the building.

In the cold seasons, the same heat absorbed from the sunlight on the facade skins is transferred to the interior of the building through conduction and radiation.

Project no. 5 has also presented the simulation of another example of a facade. We modeled a simple facade in the previous project, but the facade also has shading devices in the present project. To increase the efficiency of the cooling and heating process in this system, you can use shading devices with the ability to adjust the angle.

The placement angle of these shading devices in the hot seasons is such that it blocks the sunlight and causes the sunlight to be reflected in the outside environment after hitting its surfaces.

The angle of these shading devices in the cold seasons is such that it allows the solar rays to shine directly on the glass surface of the building and, as a result, heat the walls of the building.

Solar chimney

Project no. 6 presents a simpler model of a solar chimney. In this project, the effect of the solar chimney on the air ventilation inside the room has been investigated.

This model consists of two main parts, including the interior of the room and a sloping solar chimney on the room’s ceiling. The solar chimney consists of glass plates in contact with the environment and receives solar energy as a transparent medium.

Balcony

Project no. 7 investigates the air conditioning of a room with a balcony. The use of any ventilation system depends on the location of the building and the climatic zone of the desired location. Sunlight plays an important role in the temperature of the walls and the air temperature inside the building.

The balcony has a glass roof and one glass wall. Due to the radiation of sunlight, both room and balcony become warmer, and natural convection plays an important role in circulating the flow inside these spaces.

Wind Tower

Project no. 8 is related to an air tower. This project investigates the conjugate heat transfer of airflow in a simplified 4-story wind tower. Turbulent airflow enters the domain from the top left region.

Due to heat transfer to air from the right diagonal wall under solar radiation, conjugate heat transfer leads to buoyancy, which helps airflow exit the domain from the top right region. This process creates steady airflow in all four stories of the building.

PCM for Passive Ventilation

Phase change materials (PCM) are one of the new methods in air conditioning. Phase change materials can generally absorb and store large amounts of latent thermal energy. PCMs can cause cooling, heating, and thermal storage in the environment by changing the phase between solid and liquid.

In project no. 9, We first simulated a simple room. One of the room’s walls produces heat under the influence of solar radiation and the heat of the outside environment.

We applied a PCM layer on the same heating wall in the next step. The presence of PCM causes the thermal energy of the wall. So Passive Ventilation takes place in the room.

Hybrid Passive Ventilation

Wind Tower with Qanat

Some passive ventilation systems work in combination. This means that both pressure differences and temperature changes cause air conditioning.

Pay attention to project number 10. We design a wind tower with an underground cooling system. We use the qanat as a cooling system.

The outside air enters the qanat and gets cold from the water surface inside the channel. On the other hand, the wind tower is designed to have a pressure difference between the outer and inner parts. So the air suction causes the old air to come out.

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