Do you need help in the aerodynamic development of your vehicle? TotalSim can help.
Having lead the aerodynamic development of vehicles in nearly all forms of the sport, TotalSim are ideally placed to help you achieve your aerodynamic goals. Whether you are still in the conceptual stage or have a car already on track, we can make you go faster.
TotalSim can provide complete aerodynamic analysis of external and internal flows, and we can quickly evaluate key aerodynamic data such as drag, downforce, balance and cooling flows.
We have developed a highly efficient and refined CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) process that allows for rapid turnaround of results. A full car simulation can typically be completed in less than 12 hours.
We have the resources to conduct a large number of CFD simulations concurrently, allowing for rapid aerodynamic development.
We can optimise individual components using advanced multi-parameter optimisation techniques coupled with CFD morphing technology.
“TotalSim provided an outstanding CFD service that correlated closely to the track” – Ben Bowlby, Delta Wing Originator
TotalSim has consistently delivered performance gains seen computationally to the track. Several of our clients now go directly from CFD to full scale testing, removing the need for expensive scale model testing.
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