Company Info

Phone : (001)608/230-1500
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Company Description

Convergent Science is an innovative, rapidly expanding computational fluid dynamics (CFD) company. Our flagship product, CONVERGE, is a
revolutionary CFD software that eliminates the grid generation bottleneck from the simulation process.

Founded in 1997 by graduate students at the University of Wisconsin-
Madison, Convergent Science was a CFD consulting company in its early years. In 2008, the first CONVERGE licenses were sold and the company transitioned to a CFD software company. Convergent Science remains headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, with offices in the United States,Europe, and India and distributors around the globe.
We are proud to offer exemplary customer support, including free
CONVERGE training in the United States and Europe several times per year.

Software Partnership

SIMULIA Integration Partner

Value Proposition

CONVERGE is a revolutionary computational fluid dynamics (CFD) program that eliminates the grid generation bottleneck from the simulation process. CONVERGE is widely used in the industry(for eg: Internal Combustion Engines, Gas Turbines, Fuel Injectors and Sprays, Exhaust Aftertreatment, Compressors, Fans, and Blowers, Pumps) to solve some of the toughest engineering design challenges. Interfacing CONVERGE with Abaqus will enable customers to tackle efficiently various Multiphysics applications in the industry, particularly applications that are focused on coupled Fluid Structure interactions. Broadly speaking, this integration will have CONVERGE and Abaqus running in a coupled manner, exchanging fluid forces (from CONVERGE to Abaqus) and structural deformations(from Abaqus to Revised 02/13/2013 CONVERGE). This exchange of information is enabled via the Dassault cosimulation engine API. The CONVERGE-Abaqus interfacingwill leverage the industry leading capabilities of both applications in their respective domains and provide a huge value-enhancement to existing and potential customers by presenting an efficient and effective methodology to tackle complex Fluid Structure interaction applications.


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