Adapting Work Environments
With the radical changes in workplace environments around the globe, we have put together resources for factory layout to help you keep employees safe as we inch towards reopening.
Our team is equipped to help you:
- – Plan workforce return per new health guidelines
- – Plan spaces for new health guidelines, including indoor air quality and proper ventilation
- – Optimize factory layout/office space for safety using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation models
These are just some of the capabilities we have, get in touch to learn more.
Giving you the tools you need to uphold evolving safety standards for factory layout
As the economy continues to slowly inch towards reopening, employers are confronted with the challenge of incorporating CDC guidelines into their reopening plans, whether those involve factory floor layout or office spaces. We’ve put together resources to accommodate your needs, including content to help you utilize CFD for optimized office and factory layout environments.
Simulation-Based Insights to Limit the Spread - Disinfect airline cabins with UV light
Supplementing, or potentially replacing, manual disinfection of surfaces with an automatic ultraviolet (UV) light treatment system can increase the certainty that any presence of the virus is deactivated. Simulation can be used to design UV light treatment systems for various environments and to ensure sufficient doses of UV light are delivered to deactivate viruses.
Consider Wind when Social Distancing Using Ansys Simulation
A peer reviewed study led by Prof Yu Feng from Oklahoma State University investigated the influence of wind on droplets exuded when coughing or sneezing. Simulation demonstrates how droplets travel from person to person in the event of a gentle, light and moderate wind, with and without a mask.
Quickly Designing Safe and Reliable Ventilators
Bessel LLC worked with a team of doctors and engineers from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso (TTUHSC) and The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) to develop the Texas Power Bag Breather (Texas Breather™). Working with Ansys simulation solutions, in a matter of a few weeks instead of months, a new emergency care device was designed and extensively tested to demonstrate its ability to safely meet required emergency ventilatory support performance during its expected life cycle.*