cmcl innovations is a multi-award winning software developer and consultancy service provider for the chemical, engineering, and technology sectors. We have over a decade of experience in delivering highly innovative computer aided engineering (CAE) solutions to the automotive, non-road, marine, motorsport, clean energy & chemical industries.

For over a decade, the expert technical team at cmcl innovations has offered committed software, technical support and training, as well as engineering consultancy services to help alleviate the techno-economic challenges facing the aforementioned industries. This multi-industry know-how has been further fostered by leading and through active participation in multi-partner collaborative advanced engineering projects in the area of computer aided engineering (CAE), information communications and technology (ICT), powertrains, big data, carbon-abatement, chemical processes, virtual engineering, emissions reduction, and energy sustainability.

As a technology-intensive, export-driven company, we are proud to work with leading transportation OEMs, energy and chemical companies, engineering OEMs, governments, R&D organisations and the international academic community.

Meet Us: France, Turkey, Germany & India
Wednesday 3th November, 2014

IFP School, Paris: srm suite training [13-14 Nov 2014]
British Technology Summit, Istanbul [27-28 Nov 2014]
CTI Exhaust Systems, Stuttgart [19-21 Jan 2015]
SIAT Expo, Pune [20-24 Jan 2015]

SAE Fuels & Lubricants 2014
Thursday 4th October, 2014

Meet us at the company booth (Hall 4) and at our technical paper presentation on “High- Dimensional Sensitivity Analysis Applied at Vehicle Component and System Level in the Context of CO2 Exhaust Emissions”, at the SAE Conference in Birmingham (20-23 Oct. 2014).

New Paper: Engine Knock & Pre-Ignition
Tuesday 2th September, 2014

TU Wien and GM Powertrain Europe presented a paper, “A Comprehensive Simulation Approach to Irregular Combustion”, at the SAE World Congress (SAE Paper 2014-01-1214), sharing their insights into knock onset and pre-ignition in a 4-cylinder DISI engine.