|February 26, 2009, 15:41||
Architectural application of FLUENT
My major is architecture and I would like to model natural ventilation airflow within a high rise office building. I am wondering if there is any tutorials specifically for architects.
Should I draw a 3d model in Autocad and then export it to GAMBBIT or Should I start from scratch in GAMBIT?
Secong,How can I get the results for thermal comfort within the FLUENT?
Third, What information should I provide for model natural ventilation within building? I have the exterior temperature, wind velocity.
Forth, how should I define the boundary conditions?
I would really appreciate comments and suggestions.
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