Due to customer demand we have added to our services. We now have a complete set of support services based around OpenFOAM® that can be tailored to suit you, whether you are a small design consultancy or a large multinational organisation. Our range of support servcies include:
TotalSim use OpenFOAM® through nearly all engineering disciplines, from external aerodynamics to tricky internal thermal problems. We have invested heavily in making an efficient and robust CFD process around OpenFOAM® for our own consultancy projects. Our software release has many ease-of-use add-ons to help setup models, powerful model checking and automated post processing for plots and flow animations.
You can benefit from TotalSim’s own OpenFOAM experience with a process and CFD support contract tailored to your specific needs.
We support and train users of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to get CFD working for you, whatever the application.
TotalSim offer OpenFOAM® support contracts where clients get all of TotalSim’s methods and tools that have been developed over many years.
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.
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 contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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