Air is the primary carrier of heat, moisture, and contaminants in laboratory spaces. Therefore, proper airflow management is the key for effective laboratory ventilation. The design risk that can cause poor airflow management in laboratory spaces is often realized after commissioning and occupancy. However, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) can help identify risks during the early stages of designing a laboratory and help optimize an effective, energy-efficient HVAC system. This presentation will explain CFD technology and how to use it. It will also examine several case studies of laboratories, clean rooms, data centers, patient rooms, operating rooms, and office spaces to demonstrate how CFD analyses helped identify the risks and optimize the HVAC designs.
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