Learn how SoftSim’s quest for enhanced CFD capabilities transformed architectural planning with ENGYS’ cloud-based CFD and HPC technology.
Urban Physics Modelling (UPM) stands at the forefront of modern urban planning, architecture, and engineering, enabling us to comprehend the complex interplay between built environments and the surrounding microclimates. As cities grow and evolve, understanding how flow structures impact pedestrian comfort, wind loading on structures, pollution dispersion, and wind-driven rain patterns becomes crucial for sustainable and resilient urban development.
In this dynamic landscape, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) emerges as a transformative technology, offering a virtual laboratory to simulate and analyze fluid flows in urban spaces. By harnessing the power of CFD, professionals can optimize architectural designs, forecast environmental impacts, and ensure safe and comfortable urban experiences for citizens.
In this webinar, we unravel the revolutionary potential of open-source CFD in Urban Physics Modelling, exploring SoftSim’s success story in partnership with ENGYS and their transformative journey towards more sophisticated and reliable solutions in the Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC) industry.
• SoftSim’s Quest for Enhanced CFD Capabilities
• ENGYS’ Cloud-Based CFD and HPC Technology Revolution
• Urban Microclimates Assessment: Challenges and Solutions
• Business Growth and Future Prospects
BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) in 2015, followed by a MSc in Transport Phenomena from the same university in 2018. Currently, Lisandro is Head of Sales and Marketing and General Manager of all ENGYS operations in LATAM.
Dr. Veselina Mireva is a Principal Project Manager of SoftSim, responsible for overall work processes for delivering numerical studies and projects. Veselina holds an MSc in Architecture from the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Sofia (Bulgaria) and, a PhD from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and joined SoftSim in 2021. With more than six years of architectural design and planning experience, she is responsible for project management and business development in the sphere of UPM and environmental impact assessments.