At TotalSim we live and breathe OpenFOAM®. **
OpenFOAM® is used throughout our consultancy business for a huge range of applications, from thermal flows to external aerodynamics.
We work with the lead developers of OpenFOAM in addition to having our own developers.
What is OpenFOAM?
The OpenFOAM® (Open Field Operation and Manipulation) CFD Toolbox is a free, open source CFD software package licensed and distributed by the OpenFOAM Foundation. It has a large user base across most areas of engineering and science, from both commercial and academic organisations. OpenFOAM has an extensive range of features to solve anything from complex fluid flows involving chemical reactions, turbulence and heat transfer, to solid dynamics and electromagnetics. It includes tools for meshing, notably snappyHexMesh, a parallelised mesher for complex CAD geometries, and for pre- and post-processing. Almost everything (including meshing, and pre- and post-processing) runs in parallel as standard, enabling users to take full advantage of the computer hardware at their disposal.
To find out more about why TotalSim chose OpenFOAM, follow the link.
If you want to use, learn or develop OpenFOAM® then please get in touch and TotalSim can help.
CFD Support and Development Contracts
TotalSim offer support contracts designed to help people use OpenFOAM inhouse. Included within a CFD support contract is time available for:
To find out more about our support contracts please click on the link.
**OpenFOAM® and OpenCFD® are registered trade marks of ESI.
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