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Reaction Design Selected as Finalist in Innovative Product Awards
Posted Thu October 03, 2013 @04:00PM
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News Reaction Design®, the leading developer of combustion simulation software, announced today that its FORTÉ CFD Package, now capable of predicting the formation of soot particles in internal combustion engines, has been selected as a finalist in the sustainability category for the 2013 Most Innovative New Product Awards, sponsored by CONNECT.

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CONNECT, a regional program that catalyzes the creation of innovative technology and life sciences products in San Diego County, continues its twenty-six year tradition of honoring San Diego's leaders of innovation and groundbreaking new products with the annual award.

“We are very excited and honored to be recognized this year as a local leader in sustainability,” said Bernie Rosenthal, CEO of Reaction Design. “Reaction Design is at the forefront of helping automotive companies predict soot particle sizes and track their progress from formation through agglomeration and oxidation in an engine to better address air quality regulations and reduce harmful emissions.”

FORTÉ is the only Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation package for combustion engines in the industry that incorporates proven CHEMKIN-PRO solver technology. Conventional CFD simulation packages do not have the capability to handle the complexity of real fuel models, which handicaps their ability to predict quantitative outcomes, or even accurate trends. FORTÉ’s ability to simulate combustion with accurate chemistry reduces reliance on costly engine testing, enabling superior Time-to-Solution metrics that fit in commercial-development timeframes.

The CONNECT Most Innovative New Product Awards ceremony, to be held at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines on Dec. 6, will honor product innovation in the following categories: Aerospace & Security Technologies, Communications & IT, Hardware & General Technology, Life Sciences – Diagnostics & Research Tools, Life Sciences – Medical Products, Mobile Apps, Software, Sport & Active Lifestyle Technologies and Sustainability.

“This year's finalists are among the strongest we’ve seen,” said Tyler Orion, interim president, CONNECT. “In the 26 years we’ve produced the MIP Awards, we’ve seen San Diego County continue to produce impressive technology innovation across a broad range of industries, and selecting winners from among this year’s group of finalists will be an exciting challenge.”

The 2013 Most Innovative New Product Awards receive generous support from lead sponsors Life Technologies and Qualcomm, as well as supporting sponsors including AmericanWest Bank, Barney & Barney, Cox, Cymer, D&K Engineering, Hughes Marino, Kaiser Permanente, Knobbe Martens, Merck and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

For the complete list of winners and other information please visit the Most Innovative New Product Awards website.

About Reaction Design
Reaction Design, a San Diego, California-based software supplier, enables transportation manufacturers and energy companies to rapidly achieve their clean technology goals by automating the analysis of chemical processes via computer simulation and modeling solutions.

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