CFD Modeling

27Jul 2017
severstal-labyrinth-cfd

Ventilation CFD for Industrial Facilities At Moffitt, we use industrial CFD modeling help our customers see how a new ventilation system will impact their building. Having a vivid, 3D model helps the customer better visualize what we’re proposing with a new system. Furthermore, by accounting for each door, window, vent, and fan, we can create

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09Aug 2016

Adiabatic Evaporative Cooling Keeping workers cool and comfortable is a concern for every commercial or industrial factory. This is especially relevant during the relentlessly hot summer months. However, natural ventilation is not always ideal and air-conditioning units are too expensive. Moffitt Corporation recognizes the need for a reliable cooling system that is energy and cost

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11May 2016

What Does Natural Ventilation Mean To You? Natural ventilation definition: the process of pulling fresh air into a building from the outside. In turn, this fresh air helps force the warm, dirty air inside of the building out through the opening in the roof. This becomes done, without mechanical assistance. While that is the definition,

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23Jul 2015
Paper Plant CFD model

Advanced CFD Modeling for High Heat Facilities Moffitt Corporation has been designing industrial ventilation systems with a paper & pencil for over 50 years. Of course, the technology has changed significantly in the last five decades. Now, in addition to paper & pencil, we use sophisticated CFD modeling to design the most effective and efficient

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02Jan 2014

A Pressure Gravity System®, also known as natural draft systems, is one of the oldest ways to obtain fresh airflow in an enclosed space. Each Pressure Gravity System® uses positive pressure to help ventilate manufacturing and industrial properties. Temperature differentials between the air inlets at the floor level and the ventilator at the roof level contribute

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