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CFdesign for SolidWorks
Posted Tue April 30, 2002 @05:58PM
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News Blue Ridge Numerics has announced that its CFdesign® multi-purpose fluid flow and heat transfer simulation software is now available as an integrated add-on application for SolidWorks.

CFdesign makes it possible for 3D product designs built in SolidWorks to be evaluated and optimized without any type of translation or conversion process. Changes made to geometry within SolidWorks are automatically reflected in CFdesign, eliminating the time-consuming and confusing process of creating and managing multiple geometry models during a project lifecycle. With CFdesign there is always only one model, and it is updated and managed within the SolidWorks environment.

“We believe the global SolidWorks user community is starting to come of age where design analysis is concerned. The value proposition is just too great to ignore,” stated Blue Ridge Numerics President, Ed Williams. “We consistently see our customers increase product quality and strip away costs while bringing products to market faster than ever before when CFdesign is used hand-in-glove with an MCAD system on the mechanical engineer’s desktop PC.”

When SolidWorks users launch CFdesign directly within the SolidWorks interface, the component or assembly will automatically appear inside CFdesign where comprehensive fluid flow and heat transfer simulations can reveal product performance concerns and identify areas for product optimization.

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