October 31, 2018
Dr. Jianxiang Huang, Assistant Professor at The University of Hong Kong, used AKL FlowDesigner when he was in Harvard University, and is still in use today.
We present the testimonial he write.
Myself and my group have been using AKL FlowDesigner as a research tool to assess outdoor airflow at urban scale since 2012. FlowDesigner is the most user-friendly, adaptable, and practical CFD software in our experiences. We appreciate the strenuous efforts of AKI in improving user experience, we have also benefited from AKL’s trust-worthy customer support team. For this reason, it is no surprise to see the software being used by academics from the University of Hong Kong, Harvard University, MIT, UC Berkeley, etc. FlowDesigner is of great value to urban planners, architects, and engineers in high-density cities such as Hong Kong, where protection of urban airflow is a priority for air quality and human comfort.
LEED AP / AICP (Certified Planner)
Assistant Professor, Department of Urban Planning and Design
Co-Director, Sustainable High Density Cities Lab, HKUrban Lab
Faculty of Architecture
The University of Hong Kong
July 27, 2018
Professor Zhen Xu, associate professor at Nanjing Forest University, met AKLFlowDesigner for the first time when he was in Harvard University and is still in use today.
July 3, 2018
AKLFlowDesigner has a reputation for its analysis speed and ease of use.
It is already used in more than 30 universities and research institutes
April 1, 2018
AKL FlowDesigner resolves the better location of an air cleaner.
March 1, 2018
See how the air flow changes depending on air directions of air conditioners.
November 1, 2017
We were pleased to announce that we have just released a new version of AKL FlowDesigner.
June 1, 2017
We participated in Key Client Conference 2017 sponsored by Graphisoft and exhibited AKL FlowDesigner there.
May 1, 2017
A Grasshopper component has been released that allows you to use “Operate objects”, “Condition setting” and etc. on the AKL FlowDesigner by an offer from the Mae laboratory at the University of Tokyo.