CHAM Your Gateway to CFD Success
Concentration Heat and Momentum Limited (CHAM) spearheaded applying Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to problems in engineering equipment and the environment. Use of CHAM's CFD Consultancy services, or PHOENICS (CHAM's innovative general-purpose CFD software), sharpens the competitive edge of companies and industries worldwide. It does this by way of product understanding and optimisation early in the design process, reduced development times, environmental impact assessment, cost reduction, and product performance analysis.
CHAM's team of experienced professional engineers, led by its founder, performs economically advantageous PHOENICS–based CFD consultancy services for a diverse range of applications; and has developed special-purpose industry–specific graphical environments for several important market sectors. If you would like CHAM to resolve your CFD problems via a consultancy contract please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
PHOENICS provides an accurate, reliable, cost-effective, and easy-to-use tool to simulate processes involving fluid flow, heat or mass transfer, chemical reaction and/or combustion in engineering equipment and the environment. With the longest history of validation and a large user base, it is not surprising that PHOENICS has a proven track record in nearly every branch of science and engineering in which fluid flow plays a key role.
Organisations large and small use PHOENICS to improve their competitive edge in the research and development of products and processes involving fluid flow and heat transfer. If you would like CHAM to provide you with the PHOENICS software so you can undertake your own computations, please contact email@example.com.
PHOENICS offers unrivalled benefits to many industries and applications, including:
CHAM, is a world-leading consultancy and software house specialising in computer simulation of fluid-flow and heat-transfer processes; it was founded in 1974 by Professor Brian Spalding FRS FREng. CHAM's HQ is in Wimbledon, London, England, with a subsidiary in Japan, a research group in Russia, and agencies worldwide.