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CFD Analysis Services

SANA Engineering Solutions Company is overall experience in applying state-of-the-art Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) methods in order to assess, validate and optimize engineering processes, systems, and products.

SANA provides the CFD analysis for HVAC systems, such as jet fans applications in car parking to evaluate the performance of car park ventilation systems for vehicle pollutant control, smoke extraction to assist the fire service in the event of a fire,

Data Center CFD analysis, generator Room CFD analysis, Communications Shelters CFD analysis, Communications Shelters CFD analysis, IDF Room CFD analysis

Electrical Room CFD analysis, Low Voltage Room (LV Room) CFD analysis

UPS Room CFD analysis and the pressure acting on escape doors.

Advantages of CFD analysis 

Risk management
Avoid problems before they even occur
Service performance targets
Design & Performance Evaluation
Analyze difficult & dangerous experiments
HVAC System
Optimized performance of the HVAC system
Cost Effective

What is our scope of work in CFD?


Car Parking a ventilation system

Ensuring car parks are ventilated to prevent the buildup of toxic fumes and flammable gasses is critically serious.


Fire Dynamic Simulations

Physical fire tests help to predict fire behavior and spread and understand the dynamics of fire development such as Comprehensive & Realistic Fire Dynamics Simulation, and Fire Smoke Dispersion Analysis.


Air Velocity Simulations

The use of CFD  simulation allows us to solve the flow problem with a computer, and obtain precise results. This, in turn, optimizes computation time and resources, as well as calculates the magnitude and direction of the velocities. 


HVAC Simulations

HVAC engineers optimize designs using CFD simulation to investigate new heating, air conditioning, or refrigeration system designs and find root causes of performance issues. CFD Achieves operational goals by controlling microclimates, thermal comfort, and air quality compliance. 


Calculations and CFD reports

Calculations and CFD reports contain the following aspects for technical readers: experimental design, turbulence model and auxiliary heat transfer and flow models, boundary conditions, numerical methods, assessing CFD predictions, and drawing conclusions. 


Simulations for CO, CO2 more

A proper indoor environment in buildings is crucial for the occupant's comfort. CFD studies have analyzed the impact of increased CO2 concentrations on indoor air quality (IAQ) complaints and health symptoms in buildings.


Visibility and Showing Results

The method presents a ray tracing technique for smoke visualization to understand smoke visibility from this technique would benefit fire/life safety design applications. 

Jet Fan

The smart solution to parking ventilation
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