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In CFdesign V9, this automotive fuel injection intake manifold was taken from MCAD to first-pass flow and thermal simulation in less than 20 minutes. Forty-five minutes later high fidelity results were ready for interactive design review.
  
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New Software: CFdesign V9 - A Faster Way from MCAD to Solutions
Posted Wed November 22, 2006 @05:56PM
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CFdesign CFdesign V9 Upfront CFD software from Blue Ridge Numerics enables engineers to set up and view first-pass fluid flow and heat transfer simulations in minutes while generating high-fidelity design reviews up to 20 times faster than with previous versions. Developed for multi-tasking mechanical, electro-mechanical, and thermal engineers, V9 also offers new analysis features to increase innovation during new product development.

“The two greatest requirements among engineers in our marketplace are speed and innovation,” says Ed Williams, president of Blue Ridge Numerics. “There is no other CFD package on the market that allows an engineer to go from 3D concept to an innovative, production-ready design as quickly and efficiently as CFdesign V9.”

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