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Trade Press Recognition for Blue Ridge Numerics Software

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Blue Ridge Numerics
: 11 May, 2010  (New Product)
CFdesign 2010 Fluid Dynamics Software has been given the NASA Tech Briefs award for Product of the Year
Blue Ridge Numerics, supplier of upfront CFD software, has announced that CFdesign 2010 has been named Product of the Year by NASA Tech Briefs magazine. The 15th annual NASA Tech Briefs Readers’ Choice Product of the Year winners is a select group drawn from the 12 NASA Tech Briefs Product of the Month recipients throughout 2009. At the end of the year, NASA Tech Briefs readers’ are asked to vote on a Product of the Year from those 12 monthly nominees.

Linda Bell, NASA Tech Briefs Editorial Director, explains “The NASA Tech Briefs Products of the Year are those with the highest practical value and technical merit for our design engineering audience. Selected by the readers of NASA Tech Briefs, the winners represent the most significant new products introduced to the design engineering community during 2009.”

“What makes this award so special is that the winners are selected by the readers of NASA Tech Briefs,” says Ed Williams, CEO, Blue Ridge Numerics. Ed continues “we are extremely honored to have received the award this year. It is a great testament to our continued commitment to bring our multi-scenario design study environment for upfront CFD software to the engineering community, and helping to drive innovative fluid flow and thermal product designs to market faster than anyone else.”
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