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Air-conditioning demo

This demo shows a cross-section of a building floor (an entrance corridor and an office) with built-in air-conditioning pipes installed in the ceiling. In the upper half of the window, there is the service floor with a cross-section of the entire air-conditioning unit. The demo is also
a demonstration of a multilanguage visualization application. To switch between languages, click the respective flag button at the bottom of the window.



Starting the demo

By clicking on the Desktop Demo button (file with a .jnpl extension), the program files are automatically downloaded to the computer. When you run this file (manually or automatically), the visualization project is opened in the Web client's standalone window.


By clicking on the Mobile Demo button, the visualization project is automatically run in a new window of your smartphone's or tablet's Web browser. You can also use a QR code reader to run the mobile demo.


By clicking on the Reliance Server button, Reliance Server's Web page is opened in a new window of the Web browser.


Desktop Demo Mobile Demo Reliance Server QR code




Description of the visualized process

The main visualization window displays a cross-section of a building floor (an entrance corridor and an office) with built-in air-conditioning pipes installed in the ceiling. In the upper half of the window, there is the service floor with a cross-section of the entire air-conditioning unit.



Air-conditioning unit

The air-conditioning unit visualization window consists of:


  • Air-conditioning pipes
  • Inlet flaps
  • Inlet and outlet dust filters
  • Thermal wheel (recuperator)
  • Heater and cooler
  • Inlet and outlet fans
  • Humidifier

To control the air-conditioning unit, a simple control panel can be used.



Control panel

The control panel is placed below where the air-conditioning unit is. It allows:


  • Setting up the position of the inlet flaps (in %)
  • Setting up the pollution degree of the dust filters (in %)
  • Turning on/off the recuperator
  • Setting up the mixing valve of the heater and cooler (in %)
  • Turning on/off the inlet and outlet fans
  • Turning on/off the humidifier


Failure simulation

The buttons located in the top left corner provide the simulation of:


  • Inlet fan failures
  • Outlet fan failures
  • Humidifier failures
  • Recuperator failures

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Note: To run the project using a Web client, Oracle's Java-based runtime environment, version 6 or higher, must be installed on your computer. The required files and additional information are available on www.java.com.

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