Who we are ?

G-MET Technologies is a consulting firm located in the south of France at La Seyne-sur-Mer (Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur) created in 2014 by two engineers from Arts et Métiers PariTech school.

The initiative of the founders is based on the common desire to offer high-level studies on various projects with high added value.

Since the creation of G-MET TECHNOLOGIES, we have made every effort to meet the requirements of our customers. This commitment to their side is rewarded by their loyalty. Professionalism, know-how, competitiveness are our watchwords.

Aware of the industrial challenges, we offer you an expertise in numerical simulation that meets your expectations.

Paulin FERRO and Marc PESCHEUX
Co-founders of G-MET Technologies

Our quality management system

G-MET Technologies is certified ISO 9001:2015.

We are committed to a quality approach responding to a common ambition: that every day "customer satisfaction" is at the heart of our actions.

The quality of our services is our major concern.

We ensure the satisfaction of our customers every day in a process of continuous improvement. These certifications prove the seriousness of the company's approach from order to delivery and throughout the follow-up of the case.

The ISO 9001: 2015 standard is an internationally recognized standard, awarded by an independent approved organism, which certifies that the company has implemented a set of procedures to ensure the quality of service expected by its customers.

What do we propose ?

G-MET Technologies is specialized in simulation and multi-physics analysis.

Structural mechanics, static, linear, non-linear, seismic calculations, thermomechanic ...
Fluids, turbulent flows, RANS / DES / LES methods, rotating machinery etc ...
Two-phases flow thermohydraulics for nuclear industry, CATHARE2 code, water-steam flows, severe accidents ...

Our business sectors

We are strongly involved in the industry and nuclear research since its creation. Our team of engineers is trained and aware of the constraints and criteria imposed by nuclear safety.

Our involvement, both on nuclear fission projects (RJH experimental reactor, ASTRID research reactor) and fusion (ITER reactor), ensures us to use the latest methodologies in numerical simulation.

G-MET Technologies is located in the heart of an industrial fabric rich in marine and offshore activities.

We offer our skills whether for aerodynamic studies on floating platforms, ship hulls or ROVs resistance , on-board electronic component cooling assesment or mechanical dimensioning studies.

The mechanical design of finite element structures is widespread in building and civil engineering, but the use of CFD numerical simulation tools is more recent in this sector. The increasing demands in terms of energy performance make it possible to envisage new ways of optimization through CFD numerical simulation tools.

Thermal comfort, smoke extraction and removal of pollutants, condensation risks, thermal bridges, data center energy efficiency, balancing of hydraulic networks are all issues that numerical simulation makes it possible to master and solve.

Our engineering team is also involved in the industry and innovative processes sector by implementing complex multi-physical numerical models: heat exchangers, phase change processes, rotating machinery, structures dimensioning, industrial equipments ( CODAP, EUROCOD ...) etc ...

We propose to use our expertise in numerical simulations for many sectors of activity such as renewable energy, aeronautics and automotive.
Our experience in numerical simulations and physics allows us to adapt to each problem and to define the best calculation methodologies.

Our ressources and tools

In order to meet the growing research and industry requirements, we are equipped with a latest-generation 128 cores computing cluster (1 TB RAM) equipped with an infiniband BUS.

Our computing power allows us to establish multiphysical numerical models of several hundreds of millions cells.

Our studies can be carried out on open-source or commercial tools. Although we prefer tools like OpenFOAM® / ANSYS® we are also able to adapt to the tool of your choice.