Microclimate and urban planning

Webinar UrbaWind 3.3

WEBINAR: Discover UrbaWind 3.3 new features

One year after the release of UrbaWind 3.0, discover UrbaWind 3.3 and its new features, making the software dedicated to wind computation and modeling in urban spaces even more complete.

Its results are more accurate and reliable, especially for wind pedestrian comfort module, thanks to the Gust Equivalent Mean Speed implementation. The software now also includes a multi-zone climatology database.

How to register

Join Guillaume Caniot, Meteodyn's UrbaWind software specialist on Thursday, September 3 webinar to find out all the details about this new release.

Two schedules are available, simply choose the one that suits you best:

  • Thursday, September 3 at 10 AM CEST
  • Thursday, September 3 at 5 PM CEST

The webinar will last around 30 minutes and will be closed by a Q&A session.
Can't attend? Still register to receive the webinar video.

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The webinar program

  1. New features overview
  2. Multi-zone climatology database
  3. Reference height for high-rise building
  4. Comfort module: Gust Equivalent Mean Speed
  5. Miscellaneous
  6. Questions?

About the speaker, Guillaume Caniot

Guillaume Caniot

Guillaume Caniot is Meteodyn's expert engineer in CFD and urban climatology, with more than 10 years of experience. Working on UrbaWind software, he is a specialist of wind impact at the micro-scale level for urban environments.





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