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Air Conditioning in the Office Space
The natural convective heat exchange analysis was conducted with fixed temperatures for the walls and inlet of air conditioning. But, other border conditions can be used like heat loss through windows or walls that are adiabatic.
Gas Distribution in Office Space
A passive analysis of scalar transport was conducted to determine the way gas enters rooms through the system of climate. The results highlight the gas's concentration when it is spread throughout the space.
Cooling of the Server Room
The analysis, which was a natural convective one, was performed to assess the airflow velocity and temperature fields in the server room. Based on the analysis the room layout and the position of the cooling units could be improved to improve performance and energy savings.
Car Cabin Airflow Analysis
A natural convective convection model was performed to test the internal airflow of the car cabin. The cabin features an air conditioning system that has four intakes situated on the front dashboard and an outlet vent in the hood. The initial car temperature was 30 degrees Celsius, and the temperature of the airflow was set at 10 degrees Celsius.