Due to current events, COVID-19 has forced millions of Americans to work remotely and avoid the office and other facilities altogether. While many are able to conduct business as usual from home using their laptops, many engineers need the high-performance capabilities of their local networks and desktops. To some extent connecting to the office via … Continued
Last year we wrote an article about aerodynamic analysis using CFD of a Dirt Late Model that garnered a lot of attention. On that model one of the most prominent aerodynamic devices is the rear spoiler. One question that often comes up is, what is the difference between a spoiler and a wing? Some people … Continued
The GoFly Prize is a Boeing-sponsored competition in which more than 3,500 innovators on 824 teams from 103 countries create a personal flying device such as a UAV to compete for $2,000,000 in prizes. In 2018, TotalSim was asked by the GoFly Prize organizers to provide contestants with CFD simulation software allowing the top minds … Continued
We are proud to announce that TotalSim US have been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I project through AFWERX and AFRL with the Department of Defense. The SBIR program is a highly competitive program that encourages domestic small businesses to engage in Federal Research/Research and Development (R/R&D) that has the potential for … Continued
It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Christmas. Every year, kids (and some adults) eagerly wait for Santa to deliver their presents. As you watch the Santa Trackers, you’re probably wondering if Dasher or Rudolph could fly a little quicker so that the presents get delivered sooner.
This version of Santa’s sleigh, named the Jingle Jet, is designed and drawn by Mikael Sedlacek. It’s equipped with 2 jet turbo engines; therefore, this sleigh does not require the services of Santa’s 10 reindeer. The Jingle Jet is designed with an aerodynamic body so that it can glide through the sky.