Wind Loads on Buildings

An efficient framework to compute wind loads on high-rise buildings

High-rise buildings are an essential part of modern urban landscapes, and the prediction of wind loads on these structures is a crucial aspect of their design and safety. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a powerful tool for simulating wind flow around high-rise buildings, and its accuracy in predicting wind loads has become increasingly important in the industry. In recent years, innovative hybrid RANS/LES methods have emerged as one of the most effective and efficient ways to predict wind loads on high-rise buildings using CFD.

At Simulitica Ltd, we provide reliable and efficient solutions for predicting wind loads on high-rise buildings using hybrid RANS/LES methods. Our approach combines the best of both Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) and Large Eddy Simulation (LES) methods, allowing us to model complex flows with both high accuracy and computational efficiency. Our innovative hybrid approach allows us to achieve highly repeatable results, even for the most complex geometries and flow conditions.

Our team of experts has extensive experience in developing and implementing CFD simulations for a variety of applications, including the prediction of wind loads on high-rise buildings. We understand the critical importance of accurate and reliable predictions for the safety and performance of these structures. That's why we work closely with our clients to understand their specific needs and deliver the best possible solutions for their projects.

In conclusion, at Simulitica Ltd, we provide the best predictions for wind loads on high-rise buildings using innovative hybrid RANS/LES methods. Our efficient methods and reliable solutions enable us to achieve highly accurate results, delivering the best value to our clients.