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  • Who Uses PHOENICS
    helps architects and builders to determine among other things If structures create unwanted wind tunnels Where to site fire exits to maximise safety Where heating and ventilation outlets should be sited to maximise impact Full three dimensional steady or transient models can be set up to take account of the effects of conduction convection radiation buoyancy forces turbulence and fire and smoke spread HVAC Engineers PHOENICS through its special purpose code FLAIR helps architects design engineers and safety officers concerned with the performance of air flow systems for the built environment FLAIR enables users to visualise understand evaluate and refine air flow patterns It can be used to model clean rooms operating theatres sports arenas car parks road and rail tunnels industrial environments and residential developments Transportation Designers PHOENICS Virtual Wind Tunnel allows designers to evaluate the aerodynamics of a car van train or truck Calculations for forces and coefficients of drag and lift are included Environmentalists PHOENICS can analyse the spread of pollution and therefore ensure intelligent design to reduce emissions at the point of generation It can also help evaluate discharge into the atmosphere seas lakes or rivers Electronics Engineers PHOENICS HOTBOX provides electronics engineers with an integrated

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  • Case Studies
    CFD Modelling of a Bio Filter Artificial Reef PDF document 844kb Modelling Flow and Heat Transfer in Phase Change Material PCM within a Heat Storage Unit PDF document 1026kb CHAM Case Study Solar Updraft Tower PDF document 557kb CHAM Case Study Cross flow Heat Exchanger PDF document 729kb CHAM Case Study Gas Dispersion from a Ruptured Supercritical CO2 Pipeline PDF document 949kb CHAM Case Study Prototype Heat Island Application PDF document 575kb CHAM Case Study Heat Transfer In Solar Panel PDF document 596kb CHAM Case Study CFD Modelling of LPG Dispersion PDF document 611 CHAM Case Study Heat Transfer in a PCB Cabinet PDF document 356kb CHAM Case Study Natural Convection Flow in a Nuclear Reactor PDF document 612kb CHAM Case Study Thermal Container PDF document 368kb CHAM Case Study Air Injector Model PDF document 0 97mb CHAM Case Study Induced Draft Rotor PDF document 395kb CHAM Case Study Non Newtonian Flow PDF document 447kb CHAM Case Study Flow in a Water cooled Electronics Box PDF document 1 37mb The Redesign of SEN tube for Continuous Casting of Steel PDF document 51kb TVA River Modelling Applications PDF document 5587kb Flow though an exhaust duct PDF document 228kb Wind energy simulation

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  • Academic Use
    University Lecturers and Researchers University Students use PHOENICS as part of under or post graduate courses to perform calculations to validate their experimental data PHOENICS can help researchers as it allows user defined parameters and formulae to be easily entered allowing new concepts to be evaluated Formula One In Schools The F1 in Schools Challenge is sponsored by amongst others Denford BAE Systems and Jaguar to encourage the awareness and

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  • Publications
    turbulent combustion Melbourne 2011 Turbulence Combustion a New State Map London 2010 PTAs and PTBs Proportions of Time Above and Between Marseille 2010 Benjamin Franklin and CFD Philadelphia 2010 Predicting the Flow in Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers London 2009 Population models of turbulent heat and mass transfer Rome 2009 Enlarging the Frontiers of Computational Fluid Dynamics Moscow 2008 Relational data input for PHOENICS Paris 2008 Brian Spalding tribute lecture CHT 08 Marrakech 2008 Enlarging the Frontiers of Computational Heat Transfer Marrakech 2008 CFD in the Air Conditioning and Fire Protection Industry AIRAH NSW 2008 CFD Progress and Prospects Xian China 2007 CFD Past Present and future Saint Petersburg 2007 Computer Simulation Software the modern oracle Moscow 2007 Russian language version New Technologies in Schools F1 VWT Moscow 2007 Extending the boundaries of heat transfer Sydney 2006 CONWIZ Convergence Promoting Wizard Melbourne 2004 Computer Simulation of Fluid Solid Interactions Melbourne 2004 Fluid flow and solid stress by a single algorithm St Petersburg 2001 Turbulence models for the 21st century Beijing 2000 Internal Publications An Introduction to CHAM its software and services Lectures describing the basic functions of PHOENICS Company Brochure SHELLFLO Brochure FLAIR Brochure Data Centre Simulation Brochure F1 VWT

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  • Vacancies
    Use Publications Vacancies Links Contact CHAM PHOENICS News Winter 2015 Flash Version of Latest News Letter Vacancies CHAM currently has no Vacancies However we expand our team of fully qualified Engineers regularly If you would like a challenging and rewarding role in a Company that believes in its people and places great importance on the calibre of its staff keep checking this page to see what openings become available Please

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  • Useful Links
    is a simulator for optimising energy production from wind turbines Hevacomp the firmly established UK market leader in building services design and CAD software has been acquired by US giant Bentley Systems Inc Virtual Wind Tunnel allows CAD designs to be analysed for drag characteristics The Wind Engineering Society WES is an Associated Society of the Institution of Civil Engineers ICE that exists to promote cooperation in the advancement and

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  • Contact CHAM
    Flash Version of Latest News Letter Contact CHAM UK Headquarters Concentration Heat and Momentum Limited Bakery House 40 High Street Wimbledon Village London SW19 5AU Tel 44 20 8947 7651 Fax 44 20 8879 3497 E Mail Sales CHAM co

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