on-demand webinar

Improve energy efficiency and performance of next generation cooling and heating technologies through digitalization

Estimated Watching Time: 49 minutes


Achieve ground-breaking HVAC&R performance and efficiency levels with system simulation

Achieve ground-breaking HVAC&R performance and efficiency levels with system simulation

The European F-Gas regulation and the recently amended Montreal protocol are having a strong impact on how HVAC&R systems are developed. With the need for a long-term environmentally sustainable refrigerant solution, research and industry are currently exploring innovative designs to reduce the environmental impact of HVAC&R systems.

To ensure the energy efficiency of these systems and reduce their power consumption, it is essential to upgrade the machine's components design and to control the plant optimally.

So, now more than ever, Technical and R&D departments are facing a tough challenge - but using the right engineering simulation tools can help.

During this webinar, we will show you how to:

  • Use numerical simulations to predict and improve the performance of HVAC&R machines as an economical alternative to climatic chamber testing
  • Analyze the dynamic behavior of vapor-compression-based refrigeration systems, and test different control strategies
  • Evaluate the most efficient layout of the system and optimize its components

Meet the speakers

BSIM Engineering

Dr. Paolo Artuso

Application Engineer, Thermal Specialist

Dr. Paolo Artuso is currently application engineer at BSIM engineering and is specialized in the development of numerical models for thermal applications. This includes all the industrial refrigeration field from automotive to stationary refrigeration, where he worked over the last 6 years. Paolo holds a MSc in Energy Engineer and a PhD in industrial refrigeration, achieved at National Research Council of Padua, where he specialized in integrated refrigeration systems that utilize CO2 as working fluid for supermarkets, hotels and refrigerated transport systems.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Francesca Furno

Business Developer for System Simulation

Francesca Furno has received her MSc Degree in Mechanical Engineering as well as her Ph.D Degree in Fluid Power from the Politecnico di Torino in Italy.

She furtherly moved to France to join Siemens in 2007 and today she is promoting Simcenter Systems solutions as engineering tool to drive innovative technologies. Francesca is supporting the Industrial Machinery market Worldwide in adopting digitalization.

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