Our Partners

C&R Technologies has established partnerships with many industry leaders to enable us to deliver best-in-class software solutions to our customers. We would like to introduce you to some of our partners. If you are interested in partnering with us, please contact us.


Autodesk
Autodesk provides industry-leading 3D solutions for industrial design and manufacturing; architecture, engineering and construction; as well as media and entertainment. Addressing all phases of the design process, from 2D design to 3D modeling, Digital Prototyping to Building Information Modeling, Oscar-winning visual effects to model-based mapping, Autodesk offers the broadest and deepest product and solutions portfolio in the design world.

Aras Corporation
Aras Corporation is the developer and publisher of Aras Innovator, an enterprise software suite for managing complicated product lifecycle management business processes and Aras Comet SPDM, an enterprise-class, vendor-neutral process automation platform built specifically for CAE/Simulation. The SPDM platform enables organizations to capture modeling rules based on the functional architecture, enables rapid exploration of design alternatives and makes simulation-driven processes more efficient.

D&E Propulsion Power Systems, Inc.
D&E Propulsion & Power Systems Inc. is a small Central Florida based company. D&E has approximately 31 years in the design, analysis, fabrication, and test of fluid moving machinery components and systems. This includes propulsion and energy generation systems. D&E began using SINDA/FLUINT in late 2000 and has developed the techniques required to model a number of phenomena inside fluid moving machinery that, to our knowledge, have not been duplicated elsewhere. The results of these techniques have been anchored to test data with quite excellent results. D&E extends its thanks to CRTech for a truly excellent product.

SpaceClaim Corporation (now a part of ANSYS)
SpaceClaim enables global engineering and manufacturing organizations to leverage 3D design to innovate, win more business, and get products to market faster. Engineers can rapidly create new designs as well as manipulate and simplify 2D and 3D CAD data, regardless of origin and without the complexity of traditional CAD. Customers include Nokia Siemens Networks, Tyco Electronics, BorgWarner, Medtronic, Lotus Cars, Sharp, LG Electronics, K2 Medical Systems, FuelCell Energy, Emhart Glass, GE Aviation, General Dynamics, and the U.S Navy.

The MathWorks, Inc.
The MathWorks, Inc., provider of MATLAB® and Simulink®, is the leading developer of mathematical computing software. Engineers and scientists worldwide rely on its products to accelerate the pace of discovery, innovation, and development. MATLAB®, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation. Simulink® is a graphical environment for simulation and Model-Based Design of multidomain dynamic and embedded systems.

Veritrek
Veritrek helps thermal teams efficiently understand a thermal design space so they can focus on improving design solutions. Veritrek’s Creation Tool allows you to create reduced-order models (ROMs) from your own high-fidelity Thermal Desktop models. The created ROM and Veritrek’s Exploration Tool can then be used to obtain thousands of thermal analysis simulation results in seconds. The Veritrek approach enables you to quickly and effectively explore the effects of the complex relationships between parameters typically found in thermal analysis.

Vapor Compression Cycles

Tuesday March 10th, 2pm MST

This webinar explains how the toolbox approach of Thermal Desktop and FloCAD can be used to design and simulate vapor compression cycles at various levels of detail. Applications include heat pumps, automotive climate control, and refrigeration systems.

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Working Fluid Mixtures

Thursday March 12th, 2pm MST

Working fluid mixtures can be as simple as air and water. Or as complex as ... well, air and water.

"Air" might be a simple perfect gas or a collection of real gases ... itself a mixture. "Water" might be a simple nonvolatile approximation of liquid water, or it might be a volatile liquid.

This webinar discusses mixture types, and repercussions such as pressure and temperature range limits. It illustrates both how to set initial conditions and how to determine what is going on in results.

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