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Posts tagged with 'Passenger Comfort'

5 Jun, 2014

Air Rage... no more?

Posted by Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye I’ve been traveling a lot lately – a bit for business, a bit for pleasure. Being a seasoned traveler I refuse to fly budget airlines. Call me a snob but I like certain creature comforts. You can take away your packets of peanuts/pretzels. You can get me to pay for my meals and drinks. However, I draw the line at legroom. I’m used to rubbing knees and shoulders with strangers while traveling on trains … Read More

3D CFD, Airflow, environmental control systems, Passenger Comfort

12 Oct, 2010

Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Posted by Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye I’m off to the States in a couple of days and in the 20 or so odd hours that will take me to get to my final destination (door to door), I will use all of the popular modes of transportation known in the 21st century. I will take a train to the airport, where we board a plane and upon arriving in the States we rent a car to drive 58 miles to the hotel. During this period I will be sitting in lots of … Read More

Design Engineer, Passenger Comfort, CFD

4 Mar, 2010

The Next Industrial Revolution

Posted by Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye We are all familiar with the industrial revolution – a period where major changes in the way we did stuff (whether it was food production, manufacturing, moving from point A to point B … pretty much everything we did) impacted not only the economy but also our culture as well. So imagine my surprise when I heard on the radio that we are smack-dab in the middle of the next industrial revolution. Gain … Read More

Passenger Comfort, Parking Structures, Ventilation, CFD, Data Center, Built Environment, Green, Office Building, Environmental Impact


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