Location: Kolkata, India
The scope of work is to design the smoke ventilation system for the Underground Metro stations and to evaluate the performance of the design using CFD Modelling. Various Fire scenarios were conducted.
A Comparative analysis was done of various design standard like Eurocode EN50126, NFPA 130, SIA etc. was done to arrive at the most suitable standard applicable for Kolkata conditions. Also local building code NBC was studied. NFPA 130 standard was largely used as a design guideline for the fire safety design of subway stations.
The various design options were arrived at with varying capacity and location of smoke exhaust grills as per the guidelines provided in the above stated standards. The CFD simulation was conducted for each configuration. The results of simulation were interpreted and checked whether the required safety standards are met or not.
Smoke Simulation Movie
Toxicity i.e Carbon Monoxide Concentration
Radiant Heat Flux on the walls
Location: Teheran, Iran
CFD Analysis for Car Park to optimize the location of Jet fans to meet the desired the Carbon Monoxide ( CO Levels) and Velocity profile inside the car park levels.
Carbon Monoxide levels
Finalized Jet fan locations
CFD Simulations to Optimize the location of Jet Fans in the car park basements.
To Study the Carbon Monoxide (CO) Levels and Velocity Profile in the Normal Ventilation System.
Conduct Smoke simulation with 4MW of car fire to meet tenable conditions as per NFPA Standards.
Skin Temperature on the surface of the aircraft