TotalSim is very pleased to announce that we have been awarded funding from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and Innovate UK to lead the development of an Aerodynamic Configurator for Transport (ACT). The grant of £392,240, which contributes to a total project spend of £560,342, in collaboration with fuel saving analytics specialist Dynamon,.. read more →

There’s no denying that OpenFOAM is revolutionising the CFD industry, providing CFD capabilities to a user base of now thousands of specialist engineers across a huge range of applications and industries. It’s the world’s most widely used general-purpose open source CFD software package – and for good reason. Indeed, our own CFD offering is built.. read more →

Following the success of our previous two Motorsport Aerodynamics Courses we have announced a date for a third course which will run on Friday 23rd June 2017 (the 23rd June is a revised date and replaces the course we were running on the 16th June). The format of the course, will be similar to the previous.. read more →

23 Feb 2017
February 23, 2017

Catesby Tunnel Gets Planning Approval

Six years after its first conception, planning permission was finally granted yesterday, by Daventry District Council, for the Catesby Aero Research Facility to proceed. TotalSim form part of a collaboration ARP (Aero Research Partners) that put the plan together. This is exceptionally exciting for TotalSim, as the facility will create a world leading test facility.. read more →

25 Oct 2016
October 25, 2016

Motorsport Aerodynamics Course

Last Friday TotalSim ran it’s first course in Motorsports Aerodynamics.  The course was presented by Rob Lewis, John Iley and Ivor Annetts; John Iley has worked in motorsport for 25 years, the last 18 years in Formula One.  With specialisation in aerodynamics and technical management he has been involved in programmes that have won many.. read more →

14 Oct 2016
October 14, 2016

The Search for the Perfect Cycling Skinsuit

We have begun an exciting new venture to design the fastest cycling skinsuit on the planet, building upon our experience from the previous three Olympic campaigns. In collaboration with Cranfield University in the form of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), we are launching a 3 year R&D programme to involve the development of a new.. read more →

15 Sep 2016
September 15, 2016

The return of the fan car…

On Wednesday 14th September during LCV 2016 (Low Carbon Vehicle Show) at Millbrook Proving Ground a new fan car was born, the AERO-P Atom.  The vehicle is part of an ongoing collaboration between TotalSim, Ariel Motor Company and Delta Motorsport after an R&D grant from the Niche Vehicle Network. The car is a modern take.. read more →

TotalSim are presenting two papers at this years International Conference on Vehicle Aerodynamics: Aerodynamics by Design. read more →

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An exciting opportunity has arisen to work as an Applied Aerodynamics Engineer as part of a Government/Industry sponsored 3-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP).  You will be employed by Cranfield University, but based predominately at TotalSim in Brackley. The position will build on a heritage of excellence and become a key player in delivering TotalSim’s vision.. read more →