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What We Can Do for You

With an innovative solution, we are able to simulate and analyse the indoor and outdoor fire and smoke visibility according to NCC, AS/NZ, ISO and NFPA using CFD. This can help Engineers to predict the fire behaviour, in advance.

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By using CFD simulations to generate a data sheet for airflow products, engineers can provide accurate and reliable information to customers about the product's technical specifications based on related Australian standards. 


Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Simulating the convection airflow & temperature inside the building to find the optimal design of sustainable solution & environmental conditions for human occupancy (ASHRAE55 Thermal Comfort).

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Optimising HVAC and ventilation system using CFD simulation an lead to significant cost savings in a number of ways, for example: energy efficiency, equipment optimal sizing, dead zones detection (NCC & AS1668.2) 

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Wind loading and cladding pressure on building elements refer to the effects of wind on the external surfaces of a building, such as walls, roofs, and windows. CFD can analyse wind loading and cladding pressure on building elements to predict potential structural damage, leaks, and other problems.


The wind comfort analysis based on the Lawson 2001 criteria and using CFD is an effective way to assess the wind effects on outdoor spaces. The wind comfort score can help designers and planners optimise the design of these spaces for maximum comfort and safety for people.

We are able to apply CFD analysis in various settings to improve indoor air quality, such as commercial and residential buildings, hospitals, schools, laboratories, data centers, airports, and industrial facilities. It can also be used to analyse the ventilation and air quality in specialised environments like car parks, commercial kitchens, and cleanrooms. 

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Experience precise acoustic and sound transmission loss analysis with AS1191 and AS/ISO717 compliant software on our website. Our experts utilize advanced technology to evaluate and predict sound transmission in buildings, aiding in the design of acoustically optimized spaces. Assess the effectiveness of materials, insulation systems, and construction techniques with our software tools to create a comfortable and noise-free environment for your project.


Explore our comprehensive resource for understanding and optimising building facade thermal performance in Australia. The thermal performance of facade wall systems is assessed to determine the overall building U-value, and condensation assessments for facade elements such as walls, windows, and doors are conducted in accordance with recognised standards, including NFRC, ASHRAE, and ISO standards.


Assess the proposed Project's compliance with NCC 2019 Section J Amendment 1 energy efficiency standards using the JV3 Verification Method. Section J, covering Class 2 to Class 9 buildings, requires efficient energy use and is divided into eight subsections (J0 to J8). Subsections J1 to J3 address architecture, while J5 to J8 cover building services. Compliance can be achieved through Deemed-To-Satisfy provisions or the Verification Method, with JV3 demonstrating compliance with Clause JP1. Designers and installers must also meet JP2 and JP3 requirements.

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