ANSYS develops, markets and supports engineering simulation software used to foresee how product designs will behave and how manufacturing processes will operate in real-world environments. Founded in 1970, ANSYS employs about 2,600 professionals, and many of them are engineers expert in fields such as finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, electronics and electromagnetics, and design optimization. Engineering simulation is ANSYS’ sole focus. For more than 40 years, ANSYS has consistently advanced this technology to meet evolving customer needs.
CD-adapco is the world’s largest independent CFD focused provider of engineering simulation software, support and services. CD-adapco has over 30 years of experience in delivering industrial strength engineering simulation. The scope of activities extends well beyond software development to encompass a wide range of CAE engineering services in both CFD and FEA.
Convergent Science, Inc. and it’s flagship product, CONVERGE™, are revolutionizing the CFD industry. The groundbreaking technology removes the user defined mesh and implements an innovative new process that fully couples the automated mesh with the solver at runtime. This process combined with Adaptive Mesh Refinement (AMR) is shifting the paradigm toward predictive CFD. To learn more and see our worldwide distribution please visit convergecfd.com.
ICON is a privately-owned CFD technology company formed in 1992 with headquarters in Windsor, UK. ICON has extensive experience in the use of proprietary software for CFD simulation and optimization, together with expertise in developing and supporting open source CFD technologies. It supports customers from a variety of industries including aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, energy and processing sectors. FLOWTECH
Our Swedish cooperation partner is a specialist in the development of CFD software. SHIPFLOW is a collection of tools for the hydrodynamics design of ships. Over the past ten years it has become the world standard for ship hydrodynamics CFD. The software suite is a powerful instrument for the optimization of ships and has thus been given a dedicated coupling interface to CAESES. The close business partnership between FLOWTECH and FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS is also reflected in the SHIPFLOW / FRIENDSHIP-Framework design package, which both software developers license mutually. They have worked conjointly in the R&D scheme VIRTUE.
XFlow is a state-of-the-art CFD solution that uses new paradigms that break the limitations of traditional methodologies. The XFlow team includes talented leaders, highly competent Masters and Phd engineers, all highly passionate about computational fluid dynamics. Our customers are leading global brands in the aerospace, automotive, energy, electronics and manufacturing industries. We offer a strong value proposition, a close and long-term relationship, and we align our development strategy to the needs of our customers.
NUMECA International is a Belgian software developer and solutions provider for fluid dynamics simulations. It produces automated and customized Flow Integrated Environments. The software allows the design, simulation and optimization of flow problems. FINETM/Marine is a CFD platform for marine applications, which can be readily coupled to CAESES, essentially adding the CFD functionality to the CAE system. Cooperation is entertained also between FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS and NUMECA Deutschland.
Pointwise is solving the top problem facing engineering analysts today: mesh generation for computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Pointwise’s meshing software generates structured, unstructured, and hybrid meshes; interfaces with ANSYS FLUENT, STAR-CD, ANSYS CFX and OpenFOAM as well as many neutral formats such as CGNS; runs on Windows, Linux, Mac, and Unix; and has a scripting language that can automate CFD meshing. Pointwise software is known for its high quality grids and ease of use and for the expert technical support provided with it. More information is available on Pointwise’s web site, pointwise.com.
CPU 24/7 – Germany
Flow simulations used in modern design processes require substantial computational resources. Consequently, high-end hardware and software solutions are regularly needed to drive design by simulation. However, investments in this field are sometimes very costly, binding capital, know-how and staff outside a company’s core competence. CPU 24/7 and FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS have therefore started a cooperation to support high performance computing. CPU 24/7 provides tailored IT resources both remote and on demand. They offer services as carefree packages for hosting, housing and selling with the target to allow heavy load simulations whenever needed. Remote access to the computational power by CPU 24/7 can be realized via the CAESES. The CPU 24/7 extends it’s business model and is now also offering High Performance Computing on Demand where customers can book their private HPC cluster for high speed calculations.
HSVA – Germany
The Hamburg Ship Model Basin (Hamburgische Schiffbau-Versuchsanstalt) sustains expert knowledge in hydrodynamic research. The independent institution has , therefore, been involved in various international R&D. HSVA and FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS have worked conjointly in a number of research projects (VIRTUE, FORM-PRO, OptiSWATH). HSVA’s wave resistance flow code n-SHALLO is a fully non-linear, potential code computing the inviscid flow around a ship hull at a free surface. It can be tightly integrated in CAESES via a plug-in. Kevin Cudby – New Zealand New Zealand-based writer and yachtsman Kevin Cudby regularly publishes on yachting, power boating and motoring. Together with FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS he has conducted a research on the k-spline curve, a development of his, and its application in hull modeling. Over 2007, we worked out the implementaton of this parametric section curve in CAESES. This application has been successfully used for the design of yacht hulls for Groupe Finot—the prototype of a 3.6m dinghy was built in October 2009. Check Kevin Cudby’s website for the paper and thorough information. An editorial piece introducing the k-spline in yacht design was published in the March/April 2010 issue of Ship & Boat International.
MARIN – Netherlands
Based in Wageningen, Netherlands, research institute Marin exercises hydrodynamic research and development for the worldwide maritime industry. The company operates a business unit for maritime simulation and software. One of MARIN’s software tools for hydrodynamic research is Rapid, a wave resistance and flow code. Rapid can be coupled to CAESES, for which both software developers have developed a distinct XML interface. MARIN was, like FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS, part of the R&D team of VIRTUE.
Beijing Hi-Key Tech – China Beijing
Hi-key was founded in 1996 as one of the most active companies in the Chinese Hi-Tech field. With branches in Shanghai, Chengdu, Wuhan, and Guangzhou, Hi-key can deliver prompt and efficient services to customers throughout China. Hi-key provides first level support and services for advanced CAE users in all major industries such as aerospace, shipbuilding, nuclear, automotive, power, chemical, oil & gas, and energy.
CAIDMARK – Malaysia
Caidmark, an ISO 9001:2008 accredited engineering and ICT services company, was set up in April 1986 to offer engineering services and developing software for engineering applications. Our focus is on the military, marine, OGP (oil, gas and petrochemical), energy, transportation and higher education sectors.
DELTA ES – South Korea
Delta ES Co., Ltd. is a leading CAE/CFD company in South Korea with a staff that includes 5 PhD and 6 MSc experts. We serve customers in all major industries from automotive, power generation, chemical process, architecture/civil, environmental, shipbuilding/marine, aerospace, to semi-conductor and display industries. With our high engineering skills we offer the very best engineering consulting services in CAD/CAE/CFD, as well as integrated solutions, software development, distribution, simulation process automation, optimization and creation of tool-chains. Trust via integrity, value creation, and customer achievement are the guiding principles of Delta ES.
DNV GL – Germany
DNV GL is the world-leading provider of software for a safer, smarter and greener future in the energy, process and maritime industries. Our solutions support a variety of business critical activities including design and engineering, risk assessment, asset integrity and optimization, QHSE, and ship management. Our worldwide presence facilitates a strong customer focus and efficient sharing of industry best practice and standards.
Don Computing – Australia, New Zealand, ASEAN, Middle East
Don Computing offers custom CFD/FEA/Process Modeling/EOR simulation solutions, training and consulting for the chemical, aeronautical, minerals, biomedical, and oil & gas industries. Don is located in the heart of Melbourne CBD, Australia. The CEO of Don Computing famously conducted the Guinness bubble simulation which generated great media attention in 2000. Please contact Don Computing for further info: email@example.com.
FsTech – Japan
Founded in 2009, FsTech employs more than 10 professionals with expertise in CAE and optimization. Engineering simulation is our sole focus, and we specialize in software sales and consulting as well as OpenFOAM CFD custom development.
Fujitsu Kyushu Systems Ltd.(FJQS), a subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited, was founded in 1981. FJQS has been providing software and services related to CAD, CAE, CAM and PDM for various industries, including the automotive, consumer electronics, industrial machinery and shipbuilding, on the basis of Fujitsu’s cutting-edge technologies. We have broad experience and knowledge in the utilization of not only CFD, but also structural FEM analysis and HPC, so we are able to offer high-quality solutions.
Nanjing Tianfu Software – China
Nanjing Tianfu Software Co., Ltd (NJTF) was founded in 2011, and employs more than 20 professionals most of whom hold Masters or PhD degrees. With expertise in CFD, FEA, and design optimization, NJTF is dedicated to provide engineering simulation software sales, support, and consulting services in China.
SimFWD based in Athens, Greece, is a research, engineering and consultancy company, offering advanced engineering, consulting and software deployment services in the transport and manufacturing industries. The company focuses on computer aided engineering technologies such as FEM, CFD and System Simulations with the aid of state of the art Software. SimFWD provides to customers integrated design and engineering services in the Maritime / Offshore and Automotive sector. The range of services starts from the concept idea until the product is put in service and continues through life-cycle service as maintenance, repair and conversion. SimFWD aims at helping customers develop optimal product designs and processes by supplying them with customized engineering analysis and software solutions.
SOYOTEC – China
SOYOTEC LIMITED has its headquarters in Beijing and branch offices in Xi’an, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong. The company was founded in 2009 and offers CAE, CFD, and MDO software and services to the Chinese shipbuilding, automotive, power generation, and aerospace industries. For further information please contact Max Lai at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wave Front – Japan
Wave Front Co., Ltd. was incorporated in March, 1990. Since then, Wave Front has been focusing on CFD and Plasma simulation software development and sales. Recently Wave Front also started a business to provide solutions for CFD based geometry optimization to Japanese customers.