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CFD Cleanroom

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CLEANROOM DESIGN

CFD Computational Fluid Dynamics
(CFD Fluidodinamica Computazionale delle Camere Bianche)
CLENAROOM DEFINITION

Clearoom is a controlled environment with a constant, highly filtered air flow to flush out impurities such as
- micro airborne organisms
- dust
- water vapour
- other contaminants


CLEANROOM & INDUSTRY

Cleanroom facilities are necessary for activities  performed in scientific/industrial applications:
- pharmaceutical
- scientific research
- electronics
- surgical rooms
- manufacturing  

These industries employ clean room techniques to keep products / instruments /personnel free from contaminants.

CONTAMINANTS

Contaminating particles are dangerous
and, if cleanrooms are not  designed properly,
could have negative effects inside the lab.

It's important
to provide confidence
that air quality targets are met.
ENERGY

Up to 50 times energy.
Cleanroom
vs
non-classified areas.

SAVINGS

Optimizing
efficiency
gives
financial benefits.

DESIGN

Get
things done
at
first time.


Why CFD for CLEANROOM?

Using our CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) engineering service as part of the cleanroom design process, you can:

      • validate design performance
      • optimize airflow
      • check air change effectiveness
      • evaluate risk of contamination
      • ensure air quality targets
      • control flow field and air velocity
      • check energy efficiency
      • analyze cleanrooms in every working scenarios

So you can ensure a better cleanroom design and meet the required performance criteria.


YOU CAN
ENSURE
a better
Cleanroom Design
MEET
the required
Performance Criteria


STAMINA LAB EXAMPLE
VALIDATE DESIGN PERFORMANCE

Check:
  • Flow patterns and air velocity
  • Air change effectiveness
  • Vorticity and recirculation

You  can identify zones of the cleanroom that might be troublesome.
OPTIMIZE AIRFLOW

After checking flow patterns, air change effectiveness and recirculation, you can apply changes and the CFD can show the improvements in your design.
You can:
  • Evaluate  the air speed within the room.
  • Identify areas of high flow velocity.  
  • Ensure steady air movement throughout the  whole domain.


CONTAMINANTS

Contaminant control is important:  CFD can predict distribution and concentration in the cleanroom.
Tracking contaminants will allow a greater control over potential hazards.

       
PURGE TIME

CFD allows to calculate the time required to remove all contaminants from the cleanroom.
With this simulation focus, you can identify zones where contaminats could be more persistant.

       
MULTI-OPERATION STATE ANALYSIS

Cleanroom state changes continuosly.
Opening a door, personnel moving, switching on a device can influence the state of the cleanroom.
CFD can analyze the performance in different working scenarios.
All conditions should be investigated and verified for ensuring your best-in-class design.

       
ENERGY EFFICIENCY

CFD allows you to analyze:
  • temperature distribution
  • cooling / heating performance
  • steady operational conditions
  • comfort conditions for personnel


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