External aerodynamics The virtual wind tunnel module enables you to simulate full- scale models and set inlet turbulence intensity and analytical expressions to describe the incoming wind profile. XFlow simulations allow you to measure wind loads on buildings, bridges and other civil structures, analyze the air flow around them, or study the transport of pollutants.

External aerodynamics
The virtual wind tunnel module enables you to simulate full-
scale models and set inlet turbulence intensity and analytical
expressions to describe the incoming wind profile. XFlow
simulations allow you to measure wind loads on buildings,
bridges and other civil structures, analyze the air flow around
them, or study the transport of pollutants.

 

 

Free surface XFlow provides a free surface module which can be used to analyze loads on structures such as: Offshore platforms, harbours or submerged pipelines in different sea states Simulation of dam spillway and dam breaking Flooding of surface level or underground facilities

Free surface
XFlow provides a free surface module which can be used to
analyze loads on structures such as:
Offshore platforms, harbours or submerged pipelines in
different sea states
Simulation of dam spillway and dam breaking
Flooding of surface level or underground facilities

 

 

Thermal comfort The thermal solver can be used to simulate the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems of indoor spaces. With the help of sensors to monitor the flow variables in specified locations, XFlow is a suitable tool to optimize the location of HVAC devices for thermal comfort.

Thermal comfort
The thermal solver can be used to simulate the heating,
ventilation and air-conditioning systems of indoor spaces. With
the help of sensors to monitor the flow variables in specified
locations, XFlow is a suitable tool to optimize the location of
HVAC devices for thermal comfort.

 

 

Roof structures It is common to simulate the loads over stadium or large building roof structures, and XFlow can provide averaged pressure distributions and transient data of maximum and minimum peaks.

Roof structures
It is common to simulate the loads over stadium or large
building roof structures, and XFlow can provide averaged
pressure distributions and transient data of maximum and
minimum peaks.

 

Energy