Thermal Analysis mechanical engineering is an incredibly useful practice for those looking to measure a range of temperature effects for a variety of projects. Using the tools and techniques of thermal analysis, mechanical engineers can review the effects of heat, mass, and momentum transfer that may be applied to real-world scenarios. From calculating heat transfer and surface temperatures in industrial machines to simulating fire tests and analyzing the performance of heat pumps,Mechanical Engineers use a variety of strategies to analyze the thermal requirements of any project.
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- Applying GSHPs (ground source heat pumps) to buildings
- Analyzing temperature transfer in material extrusion additive manufacturing systems
- Examining internal combustion engine performance under different conditions
- Simulating chemical looping combustion systems
- Calculating flow rate and heat transfer coefficient along lengths of rods
- Calculating the performance of various types of heat pumps.
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I am looking for a programmer who can develop solver code for a 3D model to calculate heat loss. The programming language of choice is Python or C# and the 3D model will be a building structure requiring high accuracy for the results. An experienced programmer specializing in the development of such solver code is needed to ensure the expectations are met. The solver code must be able to have varying model sizes. External libraries can be used for this task however they will need to be clearly documented so our developers can understand them. There are two test cases in the attached specification which require to be accurately modelled and the ISO documentation is attached for reference.