The HVAC Design Module for SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation evaluates air and gas movement in working and living environments. The HVAC module includes advanced radiation modeling, comfort parameters, and a large database of building materials.
HVAC Design Module for SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation gives engineers great tools to tackle the tough challenges in design efficient cooling systems for people and large scale environments.
The HVAC Module enables designers and engineers to quickly and accurately model complex air conditioning and cooling systems for thermal analysis. With its combination of ease of use and industry specific tools, the HVAC Module ensures maximum analysis productivity with enhanced simulation fidelity.
- Deliver unrivaled ease of use, power, and productivity
- Large database of building materials
- Optimize the thermal performance of electronic components and HVAC systems through quick, simplified analysis
- Solve problems ahead of time before the cooling system has been built
Easily analyze and optimize HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) systems with CAD-embedded SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation, augmented with the HVAC Applications Module. You can ensure thermal performance and design quality at the start – and avoid costly rework later on.
Fluid Flow Analysis
Determine the impact of a liquid or gas on product performance during the design phase using CAD-embedded SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) studies provide meaningful insight into the impact of fluid flow, so you can address problems early, reduce the need for costly prototypes, and eliminate rework.
Thermal Comfort Factors
Understand and evaluate thermal comfort levels for multiple environments using thermal comfort factor analysis with SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation and the HVAC Application Module.