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Assessment of pedestrian wind comfort and safety in urban area using CFD – Webinar
the 15 February 2017

Publish at 09/02/2017 Webinar
pedestrian wind comfort study in Paris - Meteodyn

FREE WEBINAR PARTNERING WITH SIMSCALE

Assessment of pedestrian wind comfort and safety in urban area
with numerical simulations (CFD)

 

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Pedestrian wind comfort in urban areas – CFD wind flow simulation – Wind protection and sustainable development strategies

Date Wednesday 15th of February 2017
Hours 5:00 pm (Paris time zone)
Time duration 1 hour
Language English

Registration Online registration on Simscale website

Speakers Guillaume Caniot – Expert in CFD computations and urban climatology studies – Meteodyn

Akrem Mouffouk – User Success Engineering – SimScale GmbH


Why should you register? Discover the fundamental phenomenon of wind comfort.

Understand how you can use different leading-edge CFD tools to assess the wind comfort in the urban areas and predict the safety factors.

Learn from the experts in the field of CFD and wind engineering how you can use CFD to make building design more efficient, safer and more comfortable.

Learn based on the real-example cases – Urbawind software


If you have questions, feel free to … Contact us

 


About Simscale:

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