Engineers use Ansys simulation solutions to develop 5G technologies from devices to networks to data centers.
As buildings and cities become more connected and interdependent, physics-based simulation of smart buildings leading to digital twins is the only way to deliver the cost-effective and sustainable future of the construction industry.
Today’s construction industry must deliver a new occupant experience that is connected, safe and comfortable while saving energy and minimizing operating costs. To address these challenges, industry leaders are deploying simulation to create physics-based digital twins.
With this tool, planners now have a more in-depth understanding of the impact of design decisions, ranging from site selection to architectural details to materials to heating and cooling processes.
Simulation-based computer models of smart buildings and cities encompass a diverse range of applications. These span internal and external air flow, natural or forced convection HVAC systems, air handling and filtration systems, advanced structural integrity solutions under normal and extreme conditions (earthquake, hurricane, flood, etc.), occupant safety systems and the electronic infrastructure required to deliver smart connected capabilities.