• CFD Model of Airflow for Fortrust Data Center Build-out
  • CFD Model of Airflow within Dinosaur National Monument Quarry Exhibit Hall
  • CFD Model of Airflow within Denver Water Highlands Data Center
  • CFD Model of Airflow for CU-Boulder Atmospheric Chemistry Lab
  • CFD Model of Airflow within NIST Hydrogen Test Lab
  • The RMH Group offers computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling services to accurately simulate air flow of a space prior to initiating full design. CFD modeling helps our engineers determine which HVAC strategies may be feasible and optimal given a project’s unique characteristics. CFD models take into account the many heat sources present in a space, including people, computer equipment, and windows, and then determine how these variables may affect heat transfer and air circulation. CFD modeling removes much of the uncertainty from the design process and allows the implementation of more novel engineering strategies to accomplish a task. We have simulated a variety of spaces using CFD modeling including laboratories, visitor centers, data centers, and classrooms. The information yielded from this modeling has produced systems that are more energy efficient and effective at conditioning spaces than would otherwise be possible. We are able to model:
    • Conduction in solid materials
    • Convection in fluids, most notably air
    • Air movement within a space
    • Fluid dynamics in complex duct and piping systems
    • Radiation including solar and environmental
    • Analysis of  virtually any conceivable shape or assembly to determine heat transfer and flow characteristics
 

CFD Modeling

The RMH Group offers computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling services to accurately simulate air flow of a space prior to initiating full design. CFD modeling helps our engineers determine which HVAC strategies may be feasible and optimal given a project’s unique characteristics. CFD models take into account the many heat sources present in a space, including people, computer equipment, and windows, and then determine how these variables may affect heat transfer and air circulation. CFD modeling removes much of the uncertainty from the design process and allows the implementation of more novel engineering strategies to accomplish a task.

We have simulated a variety of spaces using CFD modeling including laboratories, visitor centers, data centers, and classrooms. The information yielded from this modeling has produced systems that are more energy efficient and effective at conditioning spaces than would otherwise be possible. We are able to model:

  • Conduction in solid materials
  • Convection in fluids, most notably air
  • Air movement within a space
  • Fluid dynamics in complex duct and piping systems
  • Radiation including solar and environmental
  • Analysis of  virtually any conceivable shape or assembly to determine heat transfer and flow characteristics
The RMH Group is an NAICS 541330 Small Business.