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Pune, MH India
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Industry:Tech Services
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Centre for Computational Technologies's estimated annual revenue is currently $8.1M per year.(?)
  • Centre for Computational Technologies's estimated revenue per employee is $145,000

Employee Data

  • Centre for Computational Technologies has 56 Employees.(?)
  • Centre for Computational Technologies grew their employee count by 30% last year.
  • Centre for Computational Technologies currently has 1 job openings.

Centre for Computational Technologies (CCTech) is a leading CAx product developer and premium consultant in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics. We are team of technologist educated from India's top notch institute such as IIT, IISc and UDCT. CCTech is developer, collaborator, consultant and partner for world's leading engineering organizations many of which are Fortune 500 list of companies: # Autodesk # Altair Engineering # Blue Ridge Numerix (CFdesign) # Bestobell LNG # Indian Oil # Cummins Research and Technology India # General Electric # Krohne Group # PTC # Spatial Technologies, Inc. # Severn Glocon Group # Sid Richardson Carbon & Energy Co. # Shell International # TATA group of companies # Tranter # The Indian Register Of Shipping Computational Geometry, Meshing algorithm, geometry programming, CAX product development to Computational Fluid Dynamics, Fluid and Thermal Equipment design and optimization are our area of expertise. Our development team have strong expertise in various programming languages and toolkits such as C/C++, QT, and OpenGL; Geometric kernel such as Parasolid and ACIS; Constraint Solvers such as 2D DCUBE and 3D DCUBE; CAD APIs such as Inventor, SolidWorks, SolidEdge, Pro/Toolkit Creo Toolkit, UGNX. Our Engineering design and CFD consulting team have broad area of expertise in CAE tool such as ANSYS, Fluent, CFX, ICEM CFD, T-grid for Turbulence, Combustion, Multiphase, Solidification and melting physics.