Civil Engineering

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) can be applied in numerous areas within the field of civil engineering. Among the various applications, one may highlight the sizing of air conditioning systems for enclosed public and private environments, the use in the estimation of aerodynamic efforts caused by wind in the structures of buildings, both in the initial stages of a project and even afterwards, for studies on the dispersion of toxic and flammable gases in public or private interiors for the prevention of fires or intoxications, for the analysis of disasters by way of simulation, and in the studies for disaster prevention.

* HVAC - Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning. * Calculation of aerodynamic efforts on structures. * Fire Prevention. * Analysis of disasters by computational numerical simulation.


Simulation of aerodynamic efforts to project cost reduction.