How Simulation Technology Helped IndyCar Regain its Position as One of America’s Premier Racing Series

In the May 2023 issue of Racecar Engineering, our President, Ray Leto was asked to share his insights into how simulation has changed development and innovation for IndyCar. As stated in the article, changes in the industry in the 1990s resulted in a decrease in viewership and sponsorships for IndyCar, which meant less money was […]

Strategic CFD Adoption Requires the Right Partner

No one has to design in the dark these days. Every industry that employs design engineers, now has vast technological tools at their disposal to aid in the design and development process. Whether it’s CAD and 3D printing or VR, AI, 3D scanning and simulation software like FEA and CFD – the tools are plentiful. […]

TotalSim Returns to 3rd Annual Ohio Air Mobility Symposium

TotalSim was excited to return to the third annual Ohio Air Mobility Symposium this past March. With the event hosted at the Columbus campus of The Ohio State University, we didn’t have to go far to learn about the continuous advancements made within Ohio’s air mobility scene. TotalSim has attended the Symposium for the past […]

Supporting the Next Generation of Automotive Engineers

With deep roots in the world of racing and motorsports, TotalSim has enthusiastically supported collegiate Formula SAE (FSAE) racing teams for many years. Formula SAE is a collegiate student competition hosted by SAE International (Society of Automotive Engineers) in which student teams design, build and test formula-style race cars. Through a partnership with AweSIM, the […]

CFD Study of Office Airflow Upends Assumptions

The importance of proper airflow and ventilation was certainly brought to the world’s attention during the height of the pandemic, but its significance shouldn’t be dismissed now that the worst appears to be behind us. Back in 2021, when most of our team was still working from home, we decided to investigate the airflow within […]
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