Technologies to predict environments (e.g. airflow, temperature distribution, chemical substance concentration distributions, etc.,) in all processes including planning, design, and construction.
Background and Outline
Before designing and installing building equipment or plant equipment, etc., fluid phenomena are simulated and predicted. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) contributes to environmental improvement, ensuring equipment functions and lowering costs.
- A high performance server is used to perform large-scale detailed analysis.
- Simulation-based environmental predictions are verified based on actual measurements using large scale laboratories or actual buildings to constantly improve prediction precision.
- Specialized knowledge of equipment systems is used to quickly perform analysis matched to purposes.
- It is possible to dynamically comprehend fluid movement based on diverse graphics.
- Shinryo has developed dew point display, mobile emission source analysis and fluid particle analysis technologies, expanding its analysis functions.
- It permits the study of not only thermal environments but also of energy saving methods, analysis of dew point distribution inside dry rooms, study of oil mist countermeasures, and special CFD analysis.
Concert hall airflow and temperature distribution
Example of energy saving study at a food products factory
Oil mist concentration distribution in a machine shop
Dry room dew point distribution