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CFD Technologies Joins Metacomp Distributor Family
Posted Thu April 03, 2014 @11:16AM
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News Metacomp Technologies, a leading provider of Computational Fluid Dynamics software, announced that CFD Technologies has joined the Metacomp family as a distributor.

Through the partnership, CFD Technologies will expand the reach of Metacomp's flagship software CFD++ and other products in the United Kingdom.


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"Welcoming CFD Technologies to the Metacomp distributor family not only enhances customers’ access to our product offerings in the UK market but it also extends our commitment to provide the latest technology in CFD, something we continually strive to do,” said Vedat Akdag, director of business development at Metacomp Technologies.  

"Metacomp’s state of the art and intuitive software and unparalleled care and commitment to customer service combined with CFD-Technologies’ experience and local presence will help our mutual customers leverage both to achieve their end goals with superior effectiveness.  We are excited to join forces with CFD Technologies and look forward to a great partnership."

John Stone, partner at CFD Technologies, is delighted to announce this new relationship with Metacomp. He says, “Having provided a high quality meshing tool within the UK over the past 13 years, I am now eager to offer a CFD solver which provides accurate and robust results to all CFD users. I see Pointwise & CFD++ as two very complementary products that will deliver quality results.  I have been very impressed with the CFD++ solver and its ability to achieve excellent solutions when other solvers fail”.

About Metacomp Technologies
Founded in 1994, Metacomp Technologies is at the forefront of cutting edge technology in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computational Aero-Acoustics, Structural Analysis and Mesh Generation with its products in widespread global use. Metacomp’s activities include R&D, software development, dissemination and support, in the areas of fluid dynamics, structural analysis, numerical algorithms, turbulence & combustion modeling, acoustics, geometry modeling, mesh generation.  For more information, please find us at www.metacomptech.com.

About CFD Technologies
The company is located in Sheffield which is centrally based for its clients in the UK. CFD Technologies provides sales, advanced product training and technical support for Pointwise & CFD++ and is the European distributor of the CoolSim datacenter flow modelling software. The company's expertise covers many industries, ranging from aerospace, turbomachinery, marine, and to the rail and power generation sectors. Providing rapid, all inclusive, technical support is CFD Technologies' number one priority, a service their clients have appreciated and grown accustomed to. As a result many clients have had a continuous relationship with CFD Technologies since the company was founded in 2000. For more information visit: www.cfd-technologies.co.uk

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