Enhancement of Thermal Comfort in Minimum Time for AMPHI Theater for Different Season with the Help of Transient Computational Fluent Dynamic Analysis using ANSYS Fluent


  • Shubham Shukla M. Tech. Truba Group Of Institutes college Bhopal, India
  • Rajeev Arya Director Truba Group Of Institutes college Bhopal, India
  • Nilesh Diwakar HOD Truba Group Of Institutes college Bhopal, India




ANSYS, HVAC system, Air condition, thermal comfort.


The main objective of the present work to enhance thermal comfort in minimum time for AMPHI Theater in different season such as summer and winter with the help of transient computational fluent dynamics analysis using ansys fluent. Four different 3D models have been created using ansys workbench design modular and simulated with same boundary conditions to find temperature distributions inside the AMPHI Theater for summer and winter season. Tetrahedral elements are used having triangular in shape with four nodes on each element. Air is used as working fluid, K-epsilon realizable design with enhanced wall treatment is used for turbulent flow inside the AMPHI Theater. Result show that the proposed design-4 of the AMPHI Theater having better thermal comfort with lest time to achieved the comfort temperature inside AMPHI Theater for both summer and winter season. This computational fluid dynamics analysis of AMPHI Theater can be used as pre-exanimation of future work in order to obtain better thermal comfort and also verify requirements for the installation of HVAC systems.


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How to Cite

Shubham Shukla, Rajeev Arya, & Nilesh Diwakar. (2020). Enhancement of Thermal Comfort in Minimum Time for AMPHI Theater for Different Season with the Help of Transient Computational Fluent Dynamic Analysis using ANSYS Fluent. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 6(3), 31–40. https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v6i3.302