HVAC & Cooling

HVAC & Cooling

HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) and cooling analysis involve the use of various engineering tools, including Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA), to assess and optimize the performance of HVAC systems and cooling processes.

Some of our key aspects and capabilities in HVAC & Cooling:

Thermal Comfort Analysis: Simulate the distribution of temperature, humidity, and air velocity in occupied spaces to ensure thermal comfort for occupants.

Ventilation Analysis:Assess the effectiveness of ventilation systems in providing fresh air to indoor spaces. And analyze airflow patterns and air exchange rates to maintain indoor air quality.

Airflow Distribution and Mixing: Use CFD to simulate airflow patterns within rooms and spaces to optimize the distribution of conditioned air.

Heat Exchanger and Coil Analysis: Simulate the performance of heat exchangers and coils to analyze heat transfer efficiency. Optimize the design for enhanced heat exchange between air and refrigerant.

Ductwork Design and Optimization: Evaluate the impact of ductwork layout and configuration on airflow distribution and pressure drop. Optimize duct designs for efficient air distribution.

Air Handling Unit (AHU) Analysis: Analyze the performance of AHUs, including fans, filters, coils, and dampers. Optimize AHU configurations to meet thermal comfort and energy efficiency requirements.

Cooling Load Calculation: Perform cooling load calculations to determine the amount of heat that needs to be removed from a space. Consider factors such as solar radiation, occupancy, lighting, and equipment heat gains.

Refrigeration System Analysis: Simulate the operation of refrigeration systems to assess their performance and efficiency. Analyze the behavior of compressors, condensers, and evaporators.

Energy Efficiency Analysis: Assess the energy performance of HVAC systems and identify opportunities for energy savings. Evaluate the impact of control strategies and system modifications on energy consumption.

Transient Analysis: Simulate transient conditions, such as start-up and shutdown, to assess the dynamic behavior of HVAC systems.

Noise and Vibration Analysis: Use FEA to analyze the structural response of HVAC components to prevent noise and vibration issues. Optimize designs to minimize noise and vibration levels

Building Energy Simulation:Use building energy simulation tools to model the entire building and assess the overall energy performance of HVAC systems.

Renewable Energy Integration: Evaluate the feasibility and impact of integrating renewable energy sources, such as solar or geothermal, into HVAC systems.

System Integration: Integrate HVAC systems with building management systems for optimal control and monitoring. Evaluate the interaction of HVAC systems with other building systems.

HVAC & Cooling Capabilities


✔ Energy Modeling and Simulation

✔ Cooling Load Calculations

✔ Ventilation System Analysis

✔ Ductwork Design and Optimization

Core experience

✔ Thermal Comfort Analysis

✔ Heat Exchanger and Coil Performance Analysis

✔ Refrigeration System Simulation

✔ HVAC System Retrofit and Upgrade Planning

✔ Noise and Vibration Analysis

Focus Area

✔ Cooling Load Analysis

✔ Ventilation System Design

✔ Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

✔ Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Management

✔ System Modeling and Simulation

✔ Occupancy and Demand-Based Controls


✔ Thermal Analysis

✔ Optimization of Systems Installation & Risk Analysis

✔ Structural Analysis

✔ Stress & Load Analysis

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