London Wall Place
This is a 47,000m² high-rise office development that combines team work.
My role was to create for Hurleypalmerflatt some of the CFD models:
- to test the mixed mode ventilation strategy in a typical office unit
- to test the performance of the façade openings
- to test the atrium stack effect
- to set up the model for site’s macro-climate analysis
Also participated in Hurleypalmerflatt energy team for the energy strategy for London planning with parametric dynamic thermal modelling employing LZC technologies and post processed the dynamic results by customizing excel dynamic spreadsheets to assess technologies not supported by the software.
Site Micro Climate Analysis
Site airflow patterns and pressure at building facade are influenced by high rise buildings proximity.
Air flow Strategy suggests:
- Breathable facade employing air infiltration through slots
- Ventilation shafts employing chimney stack effect
Breathable Facade study
Scheme suggests Chilled beam Mixed Mode Ventilation though breathable facade with fan assisted air movement
Color isometrics and heat island in typical office: Section and Plan
Parametric DTM simuation for Energy Strategy
Comprising post processing of the dynamic IES results to encompass LZC technologies not supported by the software
CCHP combined cooling, heat and power
Graph depicts the Energy loads breakdown