Your Benefits

Typically, we help companies with our expertise and time to do R&D for them.
Also, we help avoid failures by detecting their risks in simulation.

Flow & Thermal Experts

We focus on fluid flow, heat transfer and combustion phenomena. We have worked for companies in Switzerland, Norway, Germany, UK, US and Poland. By working with us, you exploit our experience and know-how.

R&D Team

Research or development work requires time and continuous improvements. Your engineers often have other project deadlines. Let us take R&D into our hands.

Design Check

It is very costly to correct faults if they appear in prototypes or series production. CFD simulation helps predict faults before they arise.

Lower Costs

Prototypes with faults cost a lot of money and even more time! Good simulations reduce the number of prototypes needed.


Thermal and cooling simulations for electromobility are our competence focus at QuickerSim. We have helped optimise battery cooling for electric motorcycles, aircraft, buses, forklifts and cars. Also, we have helped design cooling systems that allow for rapid charging. Finally, we have worked on HVAC simulations of electric buses. To learn more about battery cooling simulations, go to our Q-Bat website.

Combustion & Power
Combustion & Power

We have experience in modelling combustion in industrial furnaces. It includes modelling coal or biomass combustion on the grate. Also, we have simulated homogeneous combustion of the syngas and investigated whether the syngas particles travel for more than 2 seconds in temperatures exceeding 850 degrees C. Finally, we have also worked on the design of small gas turbines for micro-power applications.

Industrial Ventilation & HVAC
Industrial Ventilation & HVAC

Dust or oil removal, particle transport or cyclone separator simulations are standard examples of cases that we simulate for our customers.

Moreover, HVAC simulations involved:

  • thermal comfort of people in the offices,
  • air cleanness in hospital surgery rooms,
  • humidity distribution in museum halls.

These are the most common applications of HVAC CFD analyses for civil engineering.

Biomedical Flows
Biomedical Flows

We have simulated multiple things for biomedical applications. To name just a few:

  • noise generation in turbulent flows for Swiss manufacturer of hearing devices,
  • blood flow in the bionic pancreas and shear forces during 3-D bioprinting of tissue cells,
  • microscopic natural convection for biological research applications.
Automotive Applications
Automotive Applications

For Valeo, we have created custom simulation models for thermal shock calculations of engine radiators. We have helped Hendrickson in the US calculate compressed air dynamics in the pneumatic suspension system of trucks and buses. Headlamp and windshield defogging simulations are yet another application to name.

Valves and Cold Flow
Valves and Cold Flow

Cold flow modelling (simulation of flows that do not include heat transfer modelling) is one of the most standard applications of CFD. It allows for calculating pressure drops. Also, if the flow carries dust or other solid particles, it allows for the prediction of areas of excessive wear.

What you can expect

When cooperating with our customers, we see what they usually appreciate the most.

Quote & Specification fit to your needs

During the first call, we want to understand your problem. Usually, a week later, we show you how we suggest solving your challenge and give you the quote.

Problem Solving, not Engineering Service

We always try to focus on your technical and business objective. Solving a technical problem to help you achieve your goals usually means more than just delivering service according to specification.

Academic Knowledge & Business Approach

QuickerSim was started by two PhDs in CFD. We like working on challenging projects and research. But we always focus on the business outcomes for you.

Transparent Communication

We do not know the answers to all questions. But we know how to diagnose problems and verify results. We always give you clear feedback on current simulation results and report our suggestions.

Weekly Status Meetings

Even in short simulation projects, we always have weekly status meetings with you. We show the current results, and you track our progress.

Detailed PDF Report

At the end of the project, you get a pdf report. It describes the simulation model, the assumptions, and results and most importantly: gives conclusions and recommendations.



What do I need to do the simulation?

To do the simulation, we need a geometry of the simulated domain. We prefer .step format or Solid Works file. If you haven’t got a 3D geometry, we can create it from your technical drawing.

How long will it take?

From the moment we start working on the project, we need around one or two weeks to get the final results. For the projects with a larger number of cases, we need 2-4 weeks.

How much does it cost?

The price of the simulation depends on the time we have to spend on it. Every project is quoted individually. For detailed information about “What affects the cost of simulation” please read this article. Usually, simulations cost 2 500 – 6 000 EUR.

How do you know that the result is correct?

The results we receive from the simulations are compared to the analytical calculations. Thanks to that, we know if it is in the correct range of values. Additionally, our engineers have strong experience in CFD simulations, and they can judge if the results are correct or not. Some of the projects were validated with physical measurements on the devices or in a wind tunnel. We know that simulations allow receiving values with an error of around 5% to the reality.

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