BETA CAE Systems is proud to sponsor and support the hard and ambitious efforts of engineering students teams.
The Aristotle Racing Team (art) was founded in 2006, as art-7, by a team of committed students and postgraduate students of the department of Mechanical Engineering of the school of Engineering of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The mission of the team was to design and build a single seat racing car to compete in the Formula Student competition of 2007.
Since then, the team, with the support of its sponsors, continues its successful course . BETA CAE Systems is proud to be among the sponsors of this team.
In October 2013, at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, the idea to establish a student racing team was born.
ARIST.U.R.T.LE, (previously known as ART Electric) aims to design and manufacture an electric single-seater racing car, in order to participate in Formula Student competition and compete with universities from around the world.
Team's mission is to conquer a place on the podium of the FSAE competitions and rise at world's rankings, establishing the team as one of the most competing and aspiring among all universities.
Led by the vision to enhance modern technologies in the field of electric mobility, ARIST.U.R.T.LE reinforces the research excellence of A.U.Th. and its presence at the international academic scene.
The Brunel Masters Motorsport (BMM) team has been competing in Formula Student over the past few years. The team consists of a group of engineers who are currently pursuing MSc in automotive and motorsport engineering at Brunel. The team, comprising of 20 members, aim to design and develop an open wheeled racing car that complies with the rules and regulations set by Formula Student UK to enter the competition for the 2018 season.
The team aims to achieve a design that provides competitive performance, reliability and accessibility for drivers of all skill levels while also meeting the cost and manufacturing targets that have been defined.
The Buckeye Bullet (BB) is an alternative-fuel land-speed racer student project at The Ohio State University, consisting primarily of engineering students. The team has broken 3 world records for electric and hydrogen powered vehicles. The Buckeye Bullet does more than just break world records, the goal of the project is to push alternative fuel to the limits. This allows for a better understanding of the limiting factors of alternative fuel, aiding in the development of more efficient and "greener" vehicles.
BETA CAE Systems contributes to the team via powerful software, enabling the team to create high-quality grid to computationally test the aerodynamics of the vehicle. Computational testing allows the team to reduce costs and better predict flow conditions, resulting in a faster and more stable vehicle design.
Centaurus Racing Team is a non-profit team that consists of students from different departments of the University of Thessaly based in the city of Volos, Greece.
The team's goal is to design and build a racing car and to participate in Formula SAE Student competition held annually in various parts of the world.
City Racing is the Class 1 Formula Student team of City University London's School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences. Currently the team is designing the CR14 for entry into Class 1 of the 2014 UK Formula Student competition to be held at the Silverstone Circuit in July 2014.
The Class 1 challenge is to design, build and race a single-seat racing car against other student teams representing Universities worldwide.City Racing is comprised of third and fourth year Engineering students. The cars are designed and built by the students with support and advice provided by the School's academic and technical staff.
The team first completed and entered a car into the July 2003 event. Since then the team has experienced varying levels of success but with new facilities, City Racing is aiming to move up the grid.
BETA CAE Systems supports this innovative team by contributing its software products.
Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) was founded in 2007, our raison d'être is to design, build and race solar and electric powered cars. In it's history, CUER have built the first solar car to legally drive on UK roads, and is committed to showcasing cutting edge sustainable engineering and demonstrate the incredible potential of electric vehicle technologies.
Our racing cars compete in the bi-annual World Solar Challenge, a 3000km Endurance race held in Australia. The team is completely student run, backed by an advisory board chaired by Hermann Hauser, CBE.
We are a pioneering initiative, bringing students in across all disciplines of engineering and beyond, and allow them to get involved with developing the very latest green technology. With BETA CAE Systems' support, CUER now has access to world class CFD meshing software, which will allow us to further hone our designs and push back the boundaries of what is possible with a Solar Car!
BETA CAE Sustems is proud to be a Premium Sponsor of Dynamics e.V. team
Team Dynamis PRC represents Politecnico di Milano in Formula SAE competitions where students design, produce and race a single-seater open wheel prototype.
Founded in 2004, today Dynamis PRC can count on forty team members, organized in six different technical divisions, each concentrated on the development of a specific area of the vehicle. Here students from mechanical, aeronautical, automation and electrical engineering come in contact with a highly competitive and challenging environment where they are formed and gain crucial experience for future working experiences.
Formula Student Team Delft is a team of about 85 technical students, originating from different disciplines at the Technical University of Delft. Since 2001 the team has been competing in Formula Student and 2011 it has converted to building electric cars. In the past year the team has been very successful: it has won the biggest event, Formula Student Germany, four times in a row!
In the upcoming year the team will design and build the DUT15. With this car the team aims to continue the success of the previous years.
The Formula Student team Ecurie Aix was founded in 2000 by students of RWTH Aachen University. In 2002, the team participated at the Formula Student with its first car as one of the first German teams. In 2010 and 2011 the team produced the first two electric-powered vehicles parallel to the combustion engine powered cars. Since 2014 it builds exclusively electric-powered vehicles. Currently the team consists of about 80 active members and about 200 alumni.
The 2015 season was the most successful in the team’s history. Participating in Silverstone, Hockenheim and Spielberg, it managed to achieve three overall top ten ranks in the electric vehicle class while being the only one to finish all three endurances and winning the business plan presentation in Spielberg.
ANSA of BETA CAE Systems is the choice of the team for the prepararion of the surface geometry from CAD for CFD-meshing.
E-TEAM Squadra Corse is the Formula SAE team of the Universitá di Pisa, Italy.
The Universitá di Pisa has been competing in Formula SAE since 2008. Students work together in a team that counts more than forty people and is structured in several divisions. The team is a multidisciplinary and dynamic environment where students from mechanical, automotive, electrical, aerospace, and management engineering, economics and liberal arts work together. BETA CAE Systems is proud to sponsor this team by offering its software products and to contribute to its continuous success.
The Kaiserslautern Racing Team (KaRaT) was founded in February 2007 by committed Students to take part in the Formula Student. Thea team's goal is to design and build a racing vehicle in order to take part in the annual events. Our team is completely run by students and also offers every member of the team a unique possibility to gain experience in the engineering or economic field beyond their regular studies.
In cooperation with BETA CAE Systems we were able to test our designed vehicle components using a sophisticated FEM software application before actually manufacturing them. With the support of BETA CAE Systems the Kaiserslautern Racing Team was able to take the next step towards a successful participation in the Formula Student.
KTH Formula Student was founded in 2003, and since then, the team competed continuously in Formula Student competitions. Today, it consists of around 30 students from all educational phases and programs.
KTH Formula Student built several successful cars using internal combustion engines, and later started making electric cars, increasing the scope of the project.
The team's ambition is to be the student project closest to a "real-world engineering experience" at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, not strictly limited to automotive design and racing.
BETA CAE Systems is proud to sponsor with its software technology the ambitious efforts of KTH Formula Student team.
Lions Racing Team e.V. is a team of students which represent the "University of Brunswick – Institute of Technology" at the Formula Student competitions.
The team was founded in 2001 and drives an electric race car since 2012. They are part of one of the oldest Formula Student Team in Germany. The electric driven race car is developed by 58 motivated students from stock. This means defining of concepts, doing all construction work and building up / assembling the car until it is ready to drive. At different racing events all over Europe, the cars’ capabilities will then be compared against competitors from Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and America.
To optimize the car in terms of weight reduction and aerodynamic behavior, simulations are set up by using BETA CAE Systems’ software package.
BETA CAE Systems is proud to support the team's efforts with its technology.
Poseidon Team is a team of students and alumni of T.E.I. Piraeus.
The team works for the design and construction of an eco-friendly electrical velicle, "Trireme".
With this vehicle the team participates to the international competition Shell Eco Marathon.
BETA CAE Systems is proud to support the team's efforts with its technology.
The Running Snail Racing Team was founded in 2004, supported by now student advisor Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst Rönnebeck. With a small number of prospective engineers and their first race car named RS05 we were able to win the FS UK „Best Newcomer Award" as the first German team ever. Since then the team has steadily progressed and was able to build a new race car every year. The invaluable knowledge and experience gained thereby is passed on to and expanded by each new generation.
The OTH Amberg-Weiden is a rather small university, which results in a familiar and informal atmosphere among students. This positive environment reflects in great team spirit and bonds the members together. These aspects are the secret to our past successes.
The University of Michigan Solar Car Team is an entirely student-run organization that designs and builds solar electric vehicles. The team races both nationally and internationally. Since its establishment in 1990, the team has built 11 vehicles, won the American Solar Challenge seven times, and placed third in the World Solar Challenge four times. The team is recognized as the most successful team in North America.
Squadra Corse of Polytechnic University of Turin is a team formed in 2005 by a group of automotive engineering students by a common passion for motorsport.
The team starts building combustion vehicles, passing through hybrid ones, for the last generation of electric cars up to now. Squadra Corse competes in Formula SAE championship, currently placing as the first electric team in Italy.
Tyφοοn (typhoon) MotoRacing UoWM is the Team created by Students and Professors of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Western Macedonia. Goal of our Team is to design, manufacture and evaluate an innovative racing motorbike prototype in the category of 250cc with a 4 stroke engine, which is then put to the test and final evaluation at the Motorland Aragón Circuit. It's the first motorcycle team of the University of Western Macedonia and the Greece's very first. Tyφoon MotoRacing will first appear at the IV International MotoStudent Competition promoted jointly by the Moto Engineering Foundation & the TechnoPark MotorLand, staged in Spain for 2016. Since our attempt constitutes the first ever participation of any Greek University at any Competition of this kind and there lies a heavy burden to our Team's shoulders. We will have to prove our creativity and innovation skills by directly applying our engineering abilities against other teams from universities all over the world during a period of three semesters.
TUCer (Technical University of Crete Eco Racing) team manufactures zero emission vehicles, developed entirely at Machine Tools and Intelligent Systems and Robotics Laboratories of the Technical University of Crete. Each vehicle is a platform for experimentation problems which are associated with low consumption, driving safety and autonomous navigation. It covers educational and research needs aiming at continuous development and improvement of its performance. The first vehicle was built at 2008 and until 2013 two more one-seated urban concept vehicles followed. In May 2008 TUCER participated in the first international fuel consumption competition, Shell Eco Marathon. The competition aims to develop environmentally friendly technologies for vehicles, targeting lowest possible fuel consumption. This year (2013) participated for the sixth time in the contest and was ranked 4th in Europe. Its achievements include four international awards (three 1st prize awards and one People’s Choice award).
UniBo Motorsport is the Formula SAE Team belonging to the University of Bologna, Italy. UniBo is a group of young and dynamic students determined to do the best for achieving their goals.
The team was born in 2009 thanks to the passion of a small group of Engineering students belonging to CTM – Club Tecnica e Motori student association created to bring together the academic reality and the industrial one, with a specific interest in the automotive world.
BETA CAE Systems is proud to sponsor and support one more promising team of students
UoPRacing Team is the Formula Student team of the University of Patras in Greece. Founded in 2002 and being supported by the Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems & Automation (LMS), the team has built three internal combustion engine cars, as well as the first fully electric Formula Student car in Greece.
The main goal of the team is innovation and education, with about 150 students participating through the last 10 years. Having achieved significant milestones and wins in design and cost events and competition classes throughout the years, the team will continue to invest in the next generation of engineers, by designing and building innovative electric racecars.
With Beta CAE Systems’ support, the team has now access to world-class pre- and post-processors, enhancing the potential for high quality simulations for our next racecar.
The Shell Eco Marathon team Zero Fuel was founded 2015 by students of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
The main project goal is the design and construction of an ultra-low consumption single seater vehicle, which will participate in the competition Shell Eco Marathon (July) 2017.
BETA CAE Systems is proud to sponsor and support one more promising team of students from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.