As experts in CFD we are perfectly situated to help you with your CFD requirements and provide you with CFD Support.
We support and train users of CFD to get CFD working for you, whatever the application.
TotalSim offer support contracts where clients get all of TotalSim’s methods and tools that have been developed over many years.
Our support contracts can be tailored to your needs. Whether you are a large organisation or single user we have a support contract that can help you. With our support contracts there are no annual licensing fees. Included in a support contract are a number of support hours that can be used for development, training (on or offsite) and auditing.
TotalSim have assisted companies to setup their own in-house CFD capability, providing training and CFD support, software and hardware. We can even advise on recruitment, and provide extra personnel during those busy times.
We will help develop a CFD process tailored to your customer’s needs, based on TotalSim’s efficient CFD process which uses OpenFOAM®** at its core. This differs from the free opensource download in that it has many ease-of-use add-ons to help setup models, powerful model checking, automated post processing for plots and flow animations. We have invested heavily in making an efficient and robust CFD process around OpenFOAM for our own consultancy projects. You can benefit from this experience with a process and CFD support contract tailored to your specific needs.
CFD Support Wiki – access to this valuable and growing support tool, guiding you through each stage of the CFD process, with help pages and tutorials.
To read about one of our support customers and why they chose OpenFOAM and TotalSim for their CFD Support please follow the link.
Click here to download our CFD Support Flyer.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
**OpenFOAM® and OpenCFD® are registered trade marks of ESI.
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