Simulating the effect of extreme conditions on athletes’ performance

Temperature, humidity and air movements are central to thermo-fluid analysis. That’s a branch of engineering that seeks to understand and predict heat transfer in the context of moving particles, liquid or vapor. Being able to quantify those factors, scientists can then use computer modelling to understand and perhaps mitigate the possibility of heatstroke.

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