BESF: CFD analysis for heat pump water heaters in affordable multifamily housing
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A Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Analysis of Heat Pump Water Heaters in Affordable Multifamily Housing
Join us for a webinar on December 13 to learn about the recent computational fluid dynamics analysis of heat pump water heaters conducted for Mahonia Crossing Apartments—an intergenerational housing community in Salem that provides affordable apartments for income-qualified households.
Experts from Interface Engineering and Scott Edwards Architects will share how the results of the CFD analysis shaped the building’s design and occupant comfort while maintaining the owner’s commitment to affordable sustainability. The results include:
- Information on how heat pump water heater placement within an individual multifamily unit affects system performance and occupant comfort
- Design recommendations for unit placement and ducting within walk-up multifamily buildings
- Considerations and assumptions for approaching a heat pump water heater CFD analysis
The webinar will conclude with a comparison of results from the study, as well as lessons learned about design and coordination for the use of individual heat pump water heaters in multifamily units.
Dave Mojica, associate principal, Scott Edwards Architecture
Michael Moerlins, PE, associate principal and senior mechanical engineer, Interface Engineering
Lucas Raab, mechanical designer, Interface Engineering
Wednesday, December 13
Presentation time: noon-1:15 p.m.
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1 AIA LU continuing education credit pending approval.