The building industry is the single largest energy consumer and CO2 emitter. There is now an increasing demand for buildings that are not only high-tech but also environmentally conscious. From smart homes and offices to pandemic-safe schools and hospitals, the requirements on the construction industry are ever-increasing.
The simulation of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), using Virtual Twin technology, enables engineers and architects to optimize performance for comfort, air quality, and energy efficiency without compromising safety and security.
Read this e-book and learn how multiscale simulation can be used to design, select and place HVAC units, to maximize energy efficiency, while minimizing operational costs.
"We must eliminate all CO2 emissions from the built environment by 2040 to meet the 1.5' Climate targets."
CarbonPositive '19 Summit, Architecture 2030
Built Environment Performance Analysis
Building equipment manufacturers use simulation to customize HVAC systems to specific building requirements. Effectively integrating these systems in the built environment, helps building managers reduce operating costs, optimize occupant comfort and ensure indoor air quality (IAQ) requirement compliance.
Reduce operating costs
Intelligent engineering and selection of components as well as right-size installation for lower energy use.
Maximize occupant comfort
Achieve comfortable temperatures and microclimates in any weather.
Ensure indoor air quality compliance
Protect health, and productivity and meet legislation with industry-validated particle and gas simulation.