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Aug 19, 2014


Dennis Nagy

Hi Roopinder,
You wrote above: "Based on CFD technology from the Blue Ridge Numerics acquisition, Autodesk’s easy flow simulation was first shown at Autodesk Labs under the name of Project Falcon, back in September, 2012." When Project Falcon was announced, I specifically asked the Blue Ridge People I knew at Autodesk (since I consulted to Blue Ridge for 2.5 years from 2002-2004 as part-time VP of International Business Development) whether it was based on CFdesign from Blue Ridge and they said "no." Who is the source of your current statement (you can send me an e-mail if you don't want to discuss here under "Comments"). Regardless of the lineage, it looks excellent.

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