CFturbo and ESSS Announce Integration Partnership
CFturbo, a leading provider of turbomachinery design software applications and engineering services, and Brazilian company ESSS announced a partnership to make Turbomachinery design and simulation software more widely available to engineers across Central and South America.
ESSS has been an Ansys Elite Channel Partner for many years. The direct connection between CFturbo’s proprietary software “CFturbo” and Ansys Workbench allows companies to quickly optimize rotating machinery product designs through rapid design and simulation cycles. CFturbo empowers Turbomachinery experts and beginners in small companies or large corporations from a wide variety of industries. Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) is essential to have success, especially in emerging markets.
“It is my pleasure to announce that CFturbo’s turbomachinery design software is accessible for ESSS customers. ESSS is known for their strength in offering Ansys simulation solutions, and this partnership offers strong support for our business,” said Ralph-Peter Mueller, President of CFturbo, Inc.
The partnership between both companies is effective immediately. Any ESSS customer looking to enhance their Turbomachinery conceptual design, design exploration, simulation, or optimizations will now have a new access channel to CFturbo. For more information, go to www.esss.co.
Engineering Simulation and Scientific Software (ESSS) is a Brazilian multinational firm based in Florianópolis/SC. We offer the most advanced Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) tools in fluid dynamics, structural analysis, electromagnetism, and multiphysics, including customized software tailored to the needs of each client. ESSS is an Ansys Elite Channel Partner, an award granted to only a select few of more than 80 Ansys partners.
ESSS solutions play a vital role in the most innovative projects globally, helping companies provide radically better and more efficient products. ESSS serves more than 500 clients across many industries: oil and gas, aerospace, automotive, metalworking, energy, turbomachinery, chemical processes, and mining.