CPFD Software (Houston, Texas, USA) announced that it has entered into a software licensing and services agreement with Skeleton Technologies (Germany).
“Barracuda gives us insight into our processes in a way that was not possible before, increasing our depth of detailed knowledge & understanding. It has helped us streamline our production and further increase our confidence level in our future development goals.”, says Ohannes Markarian, Head of Production and Maintenance at Skeleton.
About Skeleton Technologies
Skeleton Technologies is the global technology leader in supercapacitor energy storage in automotive, transportation, grid and industrial applications.
For us, developing and producing the best supercapacitor cells, modules, and systems in the world is means to an end: helping companies to reduce CO2 emissions and save energy.
We work with some of the largest companies in the world – from leading Tier One automotive firms and industrial equipment OEMs to truck fleet operators and aerospace prime contractors – to decrease CO2 emissions and fuel consumption, to improve power quality and to protect equipment and infrastructure by lowering the power fluctuation, and to power electrification to fight climate change.
Our supercapacitors, based on patented “curved graphene”, represent the biggest technological advancement in the industry in the last 20 years and the use of this innovative material provides our products with an unparalleled advantage in power and energy density.
Skeleton Technologies Group has three main locations: its manufacturing in Großröhrsdorf, Saxony, Germany, materials development in Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Saxony-Anhalt and electrical engineering in Tallinn, Estonia. From its foundation in 2009, the company has grown from 4 to almost 300 people.
About CPFD Software
CPFD Software is advancing multiphase simulation and technology. Our flagship product, Barracuda Virtual Reactor, is a physics-based engineering software package capable of predicting fluid, particulate-solid, thermal and chemically reacting behavior in fluidized bed reactors and other fluid-particle systems reducing the risk associated with design, scale-up, commercialization, and trouble-shooting of industrial processes. The Virtual Reactor technology is accessible through software licensing, consulting, or engineering services.