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Parametric Wind Design for Building

Rupinder Singh1, Sakshi Aggarwal.

Abstract
While incremental, changes in weather patterns are often visible to architectural design and are impactful. By considering the local microclimate early in conceptual design cycle, the durability of the final system can be greatly improved, given demanding environmental factors. The parametric modeling enables the discovery of the ideal architectural form based on particular weather details. The paper aims to examine how design approach, combined with simulations of (CFD) Computational Fluid Dynamics, may be used for constructing an architecture that is induced by wind. The advantages of this strategy and its drawbacks are discussed in depth.
In a study named Flowbrane the relationship between the architectural form & wind flow is evaluated. The method for designing the parametrically variable geometry, measuring its actions in the wind as well as analyzing the results enables the initial geometric design to be looped back, continued improvement of the design and finally the efficacy of architecture by unique wind situations of the site chosen. Though, the necessity to separately test different geometries and change the simulation of wind for each and every test (and for each wind direction) stays a drawback that must be addressed in future investigations.

Key words: Computational Fluid Dynamics, Early Design Stage, Flowbrane, Parametric Design, Wind


 
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Rupinder Singh, Sakshi Aggarwal (2020) Parametric Wind Design for Building. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (10), 1118-1122. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.219