Simulation for Cleanroom Design


Cleanrooms are required for activities performed under a controlled environment and containing a low level of pollutants, such as pharmaceutical research and semiconductor manufacturing. One way to ensure proper cleanroom design is through simulation analysis.

Depending on the application, contaminating particles are often found in cleanrooms, and if not designed properly, could have negative effects on the product and those inside the lab. One cost-effective way to ensure contamination control is through SimScale’s CFD analysis.

Cleanrooms can use up to 50 times more energy than non-classified areas, which can get expensive. With high regulatory standards, optimising energy efficiency is not only necessary but can have added financial benefits.

Using simulation software as part of the design process, cleanroom designers can evaluate their design performance, optimise airflow and air change effectiveness, decrease the risk of contamination, and increase energy efficiency.

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