Design professionals are working hand-in-hand with sports leagues and owners to develop strategies to control any potential spread of infection to reduce COVID-19 concerns and fears.
Using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis, engineers are uniquely positioned to analyze the transmission of droplet particles related to COVID-19.
As people return to the office, there are basic measures to promote health and wellness in the office using heating and air conditioning systems, which can have a significant impact.
Learn about engineering HVAC systems from Marc Anderson of RTM Engineering
University of Houston researchers have collaborated and designed a “catch and kill” air filter with nickel foam that can trap the virus responsible for COVID-19, killing it instantly.
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HVAC and plumbing strategies can help reduce potential COVID-19 risks and enhance a mechanical system's operation.
Depending on the building and its geographic location, there are several techniques for specifying HVAC systems in nonresidential buildings.
Brian Sharkey with Airadigm Solutions offers test-and-balance professionals tips on air balancing and other HVAC issues in nonresidential buildings
How does an engineering firm adjust to handle COVID-19? Hear from Tony Mirchandani of RTM Engineering