Simulations in parallel
iGas Technologies is an engineering company whose main profile is connected to the vehicle industry. They design and build electric car chargers with a focus on supplying international markets. iGas Technologies provides its product to customers who want to charge his/ her electric car autonomously or want to provide this privilege to their customers in a fast, easy, and beneficial way
What we wanted to see the exact numbers depending on the simulated parts and compare them with our calculations and standards. All in all, we wanted to see if we could make our solution work and that it was the simplest it could be.
“Anytime we had a problem or didn’t know what to do, we wrote to support via the chat panel. In a short time we got back the answer and started to work through the problem together.”The iGas team also found, during the conjugate heat transfer analysis, it was a little challenging to see how the boundary conditions work and to find the needed conditions. iGas Technologies turned to SimScale’s library of public projects where they could see how other engineers set up boundary conditions for similar applications to overcome this.
“Overall, SimScale really saved us time, not only in this project but even in mechanical analysis, such as if we want to examine a steel part to determine if it will be strong enough. We just upload to SimScale and start the simulation.”
“SimScale is a very versatile simulation platform. It has a core advantage with the smooth and fast simulation runs and has a support team that is fast, kind, and helpful.”When they need to develop and create another cooling system, they will use the results already obtained from SimScale. Along with this, they look forward to using the platform in the future, as they have now learned how to use the features and expect a quicker time from CAD import to results. The team at iGas Technologies has since ventured into new product design in a new market; a desk that can be lifted to any position to give access for any type of healthy work. As for the current project, the cooling system is now manufactured and going through real-world testing.