Blue Ridge Numerics Reports Growth In CFdesign Course Interest

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Jan 24, 2007 -- Blue Ridge Numerics reported today that more than 1,500 engineers in industry completed a CFdesign fundamentals course during 2006. The two-day course, often referred to as 'boot camp,' provides multi-tasking engineers with the knowledge and skills to effectively use CFdesign upfront in the product development process.

Recognized for its MCAD-driven paradigm and innovative automation techniques to make fluid flow and heat transfer simulation accessible to the masses, CFdesign provides a total product performance picture without the time and expense of building and testing physical prototypes.

The ability to conduct extensive trade-off studies upfront in the process leads to substantial downstream benefits such as increasing quality and innovation while reducing time-to-market, Cost of Goods Sold (COGS), and warranty exposure.

"Our global business continues to grow at four times the projected industry average and training is a vital component of the total solution we deliver," stated Blue Ridge president Ed Williams. "It's great to see the enthusiasm in a classroom of engineers as they discover they can do CFD themselves. At the end of day-two they are locked, loaded, and ready to go."

For every engineer trained in the CFdesign Fundamentals course, Blue Ridge estimates there are at least four more using the software without the benefit of formal training. "It's gratifying to know CFdesign is simple enough to learn and use without attending a course," Williams added, "but we see companies that invest in training achieve the greatest productivity and profit gains from the software."

Kyle Dellinger to Lead Training Program Expansion

To keep pace with near exponential CFdesign sales growth, Blue Ridge today also announced its hiring of Kyle Dellinger to lead the expansion of its training program. Kyle has been involved in all aspects of CAD/CAE training for twenty years, working for such companies as Caterpillar, Comtrex Corporation and Mallett Technologies.

About Blue Ridge Numerics

Blue Ridge Numerics ( is the fastest growing CFD software company in the world and consistently ranked among the fastest growing technology companies in America.

CFdesign puts comprehensive fluid flow and heat transfer simulation upfront in the product development process, where it creates tremendous value for companies of all sizes. The company's rapidly growing customer list includes leaders across every industry, with special emphasis on those involving complex CAD assemblies and curvy components commonly found in avionics, electronics, machinery, mechatronics, pumps and turbomachinery.

Jim Spann
Marketing - vice president
Blue Ridge Numerics, Inc.
+1.434.977.2764 x120


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