The CRTech team enjoys hearing from our customers on how they have found value in our software products and how they have used our products for their application. We welcome customers to share their success stories or publications with us and with our user community.
Here are stories from a some of our users. If you are interested in sharing your story, please contact us. If you send us a submission, it is your responsibility to acquire the proper permissions on your end for us to publish the story. We request you provide a short write up of how you found our software useful and that you include one or more high resolution graphics of the system we can include on our home page slider and screenshots of the Thermal Desktop model.
By David Reynolds, Stark Engineering
Using CRTech's tools, a solar thermal storage model was calibrated and validated against physical data and then use to optimise the product design, develop process control and system integration philosophies, and explore the potential of integrating phase-change materials (PCMs) and alternative single- and two-phase fluids for possible future product variants.
A Ballon-borne telescope which will survey the origins of stars and planets, including systems similar to our own Solar System, from a high-altitude balloon flying through the stratosphere 35 km above Antarctica
The primary objective is to achieve several 90-second flights and capture visible light images via forward and nadir mounted cameras during the Mars 2020 mission
by Johnathan Gamaunt, Arizona State University
An undergraduate-led 3u CubeSat designed to study Urban Heat Islands through infrared imaging
An organization of students from the University of Wisconsin which compete in the design, fabrication, and racing of two Formula 1 style race cars
Daniel Alfred, University of Arizona
Camera suite on the OSIRIX-REx spacecraft will characterize the asteroid surface and shape of the asteroid to assist in the selection of a sample acquisition site and take images of the acquisition
by James Mason, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP)
This 3U CubeSat is a spacecraft currently in low Earth orbit. Its science objective is to measure the energy distribution of soft x-ray sunlight
by Stephen Miller, Sierra Nevada Corporation
This spacecraft is a reusable, lifting-body vehicle capable of traveling to low Earth orbit and landing on a runway, currently in development
by Asli Gencosmanoglu, Active Space Technologies GmbH
The thermal analysis and design of the Heat-Flow and Physical Properties Probe (HP3) instrument using Thermal Desktop and SINDA/FLUINT
The GLM for the GOES-R spacecraft will provide continuous measurement of lightning in the Western hemisphere