Seeing the results of the most recent CFD modeling and previewing some potential solutions;
Understanding how aerosols work in the transmission of disease (COVID, yes, but colds, flu and others, too);
Seeing how airflows—specifically how fast and where—affect the transmission of the disease through the air, using CFD modeling;
Clarifying current American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) guidance regarding school reopening;
Reviewing how CFD modeling can be used as a valuable tool for predicting areas of potential pathogen accumulation—and thus increased risk of infection; and,
Discussing recent results from leading universities (i.e., the University of Minnesota) and how this NEW information can be used to make more informed decisions about possible solutions.
This webinar is conducted by Paul Bemis, the President of the New Hampshire chapter of ASHRAE and the President of Applied Math Modeling, along with Basant Gupta from India-based ZeusNumerix and Mark Heaton from US Air Filtration.
Do Your Indoor Spaces Meet ASHRAE 62.1 Standards? We help our clients understand if their indoor environment provides adequate ventilation according to guidance provided by ASHRAE, as well as the EPA, CDC, WHO, and OSHA.