LearnCAx Collabrates with Applied Math Modeling

08 April

Applied Math Modeling Inc, a provider of application specific CFD simulation solutions is partnering with Centre for Computational Technologies (CCTech), a leading provider of software product development, premium consultant services and education in the CAD, CFD and PLM markets. Applied Math Modeling Inc and CCTech will partner to provide CFD application training through LearnCAx, the global CAx education wing of CCTech. Through the partnership, Applied Math Modeling Inc will support registered students at LearnCAx with free* software access to the CoolSim application for a 9 weeks period.

Applied Math Modeling Inc is a provider of the CoolSim data centre design optimization application. CoolSim is a CFD based airflow modeling tool designed specifically for modelling data centre configuration and design scenarios. CoolSim is the first product from Applied Math Modeling that utilizes the ANSYS/ FLUENT CFD solver technology to deliver a high fidelity airflow modeling solution in an affordable solution tailored to the needs of the users in the Data Center Thermal Modeling market. Unlike other modelling tools, CoolSim was specifically designed to overcome many of the drawbacks to traditional “stand-alone” modeling solutions. By taking advantage of new advances in cloud computing and “Software as a Service” technologies, CoolSim is positioned to be the right choice for data center engineers and operators.

Co-Founder & CEO (CCTech), Sandip Jadhav comments: “With data center managers and designers looking for innovative ways to cut energy costs, CFD is quickly becoming an essential tool and a major domain of interest for many researchers and professionals worldwide. This is a great initiative by Applied Math Modeling Inc to support the CFD education across the globe with free access to the CoolSim application greatly helping the budding researchers and industry professionals." Dr. Ganesh Visavale Co-founder & General Manager (LearnCAx) said the partnership shall greatly help to satiate the important element of learning CFD with licence software of a specialized tool like CoolSim and its free access is a very compelling step towards it.

Paul Bemis, President and CEO, (Applied Math Modeling Inc.) comments: “We are pleased to be working with CCTECH to expand the use of CFD modeling in the data center design optimization market. With CoolSim, the barriers of high cost, and ease of use, have been eliminated and now more people can gain the benefits of reducing energy consumption and improved efficiency in their data center designs.”

About CCTech
Centre for Computational Technologies (CCTech), is a venture started (in 2006) by a group of IITians and industry professionals with extensive experience in CAD/CFD application, development, and testing. CCTech is a leading CAE services company with a range of services in the domain of CAD development/ customization, CFD consultancy & online CAx education (LearnCAx). For more info: www.cctech.co.in

About Applied Math Modeling Inc
Applied Math Modeling Inc builds and deploys application specific engineering simulation solutions using a hosted (SaaS) model of delivery and support. This model provides distinct advantages in the areas of pricing, support, and the ability to build user communities that can share best practices of the tool in a specific application area. CoolSim is the first product from Applied Math Modeling. CoolSim utilizes the ANSYS/ FLUENT CFD solver technology to deliver a high fidelity airflow modeling solution in an affordable solution tailored to the needs of users in the Data Center Thermal Modeling Market.

Press Contact:
Dr. Ganesh Visavale, CCTech
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Paul Bemis, Applied Math Modeling Inc.
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