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Ergodomus: Timber what's next!?

2019 is almost over and this Newsletter is going to be the latest one (this year).

2019 was a super busy year but at the same time it gave us great satisfaction all over the world: we are actually engineering mass timber buildings in South Africa, Norway, Sweden, Singapore and Canada.

I'm sure that the best has yet to come and in a few months something great will happen: stay tuned, I'm sure it will blow your mind!

A few days ago, in the office we were decorating our Christmas tree, and we were wondering how big the force could be on a Christmas tree when the wind speed is 50km/h (31mph). So we used our CFD software to simulate this scenario: the result is fantastic and therefore we decided to create a short animation to say Merry Christmas to all of you! 


Merry Christmas from Ergodomus!

If the building has an unconventional shape, the "traditional" calculation methods are no longer valid and specific numerical simulations (CFD) must be used. Here's what happens if the shape is a Christmas tree :-) (more...).


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LinkedIn is THE social network for professionals and our company page is like an open space where you can easily interact with us, ask for more information and especially you can always be updated on what's happening in the timber industry. Almost 1600 people from all over the world are already following us: join this community! (more)


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