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CFDRC Wins Most Innovative Product Award
Posted Thu February 05, 2004 @03:47PM
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News CFD-CADalyzer from CFDRC has has been selected as the most innovative product in the field of design engineering for December 2003 by Desktop Engineering.

Each month, the Desktop Engineering readers choose the most innovative product of the month and now it is possible to vote for the most innovative product of the year.

CFD-CADalyzer is an entirely new product that has been developed from the onset to be used by non-CFD specialists, typically design engineers, who rely on CAD at the early conceptual and detailed design stage of product development. It provides the design engineer with enhanced decision support by permitting rapid sequential or parallel CFD simulations to assess the potential performance of multiple design variants and alternatives. CFD-CADalyzer was developed with a number of high level requirements aimed at minimizing cost of ownership while maximizing utility, hence ROI.

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