Useful Links

CFD Online

An online forum for Computational
Fluid Dynamic discussions

S & C Thermofluids

CFD consultancy and developers of PHOENICS-based CFD product PLUMES, exhaust plume prediction software.

WindSim AS

WindSim is a simulator for optimising energy production from wind turbines

Hevacomp Ltd
Hevacomp Ltd

Hevacomp, the firmly established UK market leader in building services design and CAD software, has been acquired by US giant Bentley Systems Inc.

F1 in Schools Challenge

Virtual Wind Tunnel allows CAD designs to be analysed for drag characteristics.


ICAX Ltd - Experts in Interseasonal Heat Transfer.


MFRDC is a French software company using Internet to develop a worldwide business.


IBPSA-England's objective is to provide a forum for the exchange of information between researchers, developers and practitioners in building performance simulation and related issues.

The Chartered Institution of Building 
   Services Engineers

The Chartered Institution of Building
Services Engineers

The UK Wind Engineering Society

The Wind Engineering Society(WES) is an Associated Society of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) that exists to promote cooperation in the advancement and application of knowledge in all aspects of wind engineering.


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Get PowerPoint Viewer 2007

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Get Word Viewer 2003

Use the above link to obtain the Word Viewer to view DOC documents


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ACFDA, CHAM's Agent in North America has submitted a paper and presentation for the 2014 ASSE_MEC Conference. These give a brief review of recent validated PHOENICS CFD models applied for risk and safety assessments (flammable gas release and dispersion , atmospheric pollutant dispersion and two-phase plumes from cooling towers and other industrial installations).


These materials show the PHOENICS modeling capabilities and underline the beneficial use of CFD in risk and safety analyses. More information on the models and training/consulting options can be obtained by contacting