Simulating the Indoor Environment

Discover the benefits of cloud-native engineering simulation applied to thermal comfort and air quality analysis. SimScale offers a technically and economically accessible solution for indoor environmental simulations.

SimScale offers a powerful and efficient solution for performing indoor environmental simulations that can account for the complex physical phenomena needed to design healthy and energy-efficient buildings and spaces. 

Many types of simulations are possible within a single project setup, including the ability to perform parametric design iterations that can be run in parallel (even massively parallel) allowing engineers to thoroughly explore their design brief factoring in manufacturing tolerances and multiple what-if scenarios that would be challenging, almost impossible, to explore through physical testing within realistic project time, and budget constraints.

Read this whitepaper to learn how easy it is for engineers to access & use SimScale to perform sophisticated high-fidelity simulations covering:

  • Thermal comfort and solar gain
  • Indoor air quality

The whitepaper gets into the details of simulation workflows for building performance, including performing massively parallel parametric design iterations allowing engineers to:

  • Thoroughly explore their design brief factoring in manufacturing tolerances
  • Perform multiple what-if scenarios via massively parallel parametric design iterations

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