As mentioned in Part 1 TotalSim were recently asked to scan a John Player Norton replica motorcycle that was ridden by Peter Williams to win the Formula 750 TT in 1973. TotalSim scanned the bike and rider in situ at our workshop in Brackley. We used our Artec EVA 3D Scanner capable of sub mm resolution!.. read more →

Reading the press and social media throughout the Rio olympics, there are very mixed feelings and thoughts about the effectiveness of marginal gains. read more →

12 Aug 2016
August 12, 2016

Motorsport Aerodynamics Course

TotalSim are pleased to announce our one day course in Motorsport Aerodynamics. Friday 21st October. TotalSim, Brackley. £250 per delegate including lunch. The course will cover the fundamentals of aerodynamics and its application to race cars.  Although the examples within the course will principally be F1 related, the underlying content will be appropriate to most.. read more →

TotalSim were recently asked to scan a John Player Norton replica motorcycle that was ridden by Peter Williams  to win the Formula 750 TT in 1973. read more →

29 Jul 2016
July 29, 2016

Movie of the week – Yacht in Waves

A rendered movie of a yacht in waves using OpenFOAM. read more →

[os-widget path=”/totalsim/motorsport-aerodynamics-course” of=”totalsim” comments=”false”] read more →

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 →

12 Jul 2016
July 12, 2016

Spray Rails

Ever wondered why the bottom of boats often have steps? read more →

The front wing of a Formula 1 car is without doubt the most complex aerodynamic device in race car design. Its main function is to generate downforce and will typically contribute towards 25-40% (depending on car setup) of overall downforce levels. Since the aerodynamic downforce can exceed five times the weight of the car, the.. read more →

TotalSim have been involved at the highest level of aerodynamic development in cycling since we were founded, you could say it is in our DNA. As we have dug deeper we have had to evolve our tools and methods to suit our requirements.  Cycling aerodynamics is not as simple you might first think. When we.. read more →