VorCat, Inc. was established in 2001 as a spin-off from Krispin Technologies, Inc. (KTI) in order to commercialize the VorCat technology.
VorCat, Inc., has capitalized on a number of technical breakthroughs in
the numerical solution of fluid flow phenomena via gridfree methods to develop, implement, and commercialize
a vortex method for the prediction of incompressible/ turbulent flows.
VorCat, Inc. offers unparalleled capabilities in this field it holds all intellectual property associated with the VorCat technology, including a U.S. Patent and a Trademark.
V.flow represents the first release of commercial software based on the grid-free, vortex method.
V.Heat is an extension of V.Flow that allows simulating heat transfer in the context of incompressible, turbulent flows.
v.particle is an extension of v.flow that allows simulating particulates that are embedded in the incompressible, turbulent fluid.
v.viz is the visualization partner to all of the VorCat turbulence modeling software products.
v.Stereo is a plug-in to v.viz which provides extensive sterescopic viewing support on affordable desktop graphics workstations.
Woodland Hills CA, April, 2016 -- VorCat, Inc. wins a SBIR Phase I award from the National aeronautics and Astronautics Aministration (NASA) to utilize the 3D LES Vorcat software to analyze active flow control concepts.
Woodland Hills, California, September, 2015 -- VorCat, Inc.. signs a distribution agreement with RemphTech, of Shanghai, China.Read More
Gaithersburg, Maryland, December 12, 2013 -- VorCat, Inc. receives award from NSF under the SBIR Phase I Program. Vorcat will develop a cloud HPC App that will be offered for complex flow problems.Read More
Gaithersburg, Maryland, September 4, 2013 -- VorCat, Inc. receives award from NAVAIR under the SBIR Phase I Program. Our software will be used to simulate and analyze rotor-airwake flows, specifically the tip vortex structure, under different flow conditions.Read More
Gaithersburg, Maryland, January, 2012 -- VorCat, Inc. receives award from the Department of Energy (DOE) under the SBIR Phase I Program. Our software will be extended to include moving boundaries simulation capability.Read More