GÃ¶teborg, SWEDEN, April 13, 2012 â€“ Go Virtual Nordic announced today that they will add the Thermal Simulation Application THESEUS-FE to their Software Portfolio. THESEUS-FE offers a variety of modules – from a â€œBasic Moduleâ€ up to the â€œOven Moduleâ€ which is a specialized paint drying application. THESEUS-FEÂ® is backed by more than 25 years of extensive experience in thermal CAE simulations and services. The story began at BMW Group with its predecessor INKA/TILL. Â Today THESEUS-FE is used world-wide, setting the standard for thermal comfort prediction and high-speed calculation of thermal radiation solutions. More information is available at https://www.theseus-fe.com
We are excited to work together with P+Z Engineering in the Thermal Simulation Market. Our market knowledge together with the excellence of THESEUS-FE is a strong combination. Customers who do Thermal Simulations on engines, brakes, or exhaust systems need only buy the basic module without the climate features, which reduces costs significantly, says Jan Wallenberg CEO Go Virtual Nordic AB.
About Go Virtual Nordic AB
Go Virtual provides products for virtual product development within the manufacturing industry. With software partners like Metacomp Technologies (CFD++ & CAA++), Intelligent Light (FieldView), Pointwise, Oktal SE, Total Immersion and hardware partners like Hewlett-Packard (HPC & Workstations), Panasas (HPC parallel storage systems), Mellanox (InfiniBand), Qlogic (Infiniband), CyViz (High End Display Systems) we can provide tools and services for your virtual development. More information is available at https://www.govirtual.se
About P+Z Engineering
P+Z Engineering GmbH is a leading supplier of software and CAE services. With 250 engineers in the Technical Calculation & Simulation Department we are one of the largest German companies in this field. With products such as THESEUS-FE we are following ourÂ strategy of turning our effort into added value for customers.
More information is available at http:/www.puz.de
THESEUS-FEÂ® is a globally registered trademark of P+Z Engineering GmbH.