CD-adapco Joins Prestigious BHR Group Consortium, Elevating its Commitment to the Chemical Process Industry
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New York and London. September 9, 2015

CD-adapco, the largest privately held CFD-focused provider of Computer Aided Engineering software, announced today it is joining the prestigious BHR Group Fluid Mixing Processes (FMP) consortium, offering the company access to valuable expertise in the area of mixing for the chemical and process industries.

The FMP consortium provides its members — many of whom are successful in applying STAR-CCM+, the flagship simulation software tool developed by CD-adapco for their engineering problems — with cutting-edge experimental research and engineering knowledge in mixing processes.

“CD-adapco’s commitment to the Chemical Process industry is growing as is evident by joining this consortium,” said Ravindra Aglave, Director, Chemical Processing, CD-adapco. “Our membership will give us a platform to test and validate our software against real world data, while at the same time providing us access to the expertise and proven methodologies of fellow consortium members in the mixing and chemical process industries.

“We are looking forward to closely working with FMP to learn advancements and provide mixing-related simulation capabilities for future needs for the members of this consortia.”

The BHR Group is an independent technology organization providing engineering consultancy, industrial research and product development services based on its core expertise in fluids engineering. Through its membership, CD-adapco expects to leverage its technologies by gaining access to the FMP consortium’s extensive history of expertise and design guidelines for mixing and mixing design.

“We are delighted to welcome CD-adapco to our FMP consortium,” said Brian Borrill, Sales Director for BHR Group. “For over 30 years, FMP has been an acknowledged world leader in mixing research and, as with the input from all of our members, the expertise of CD-adapco will bring an exciting new dimension to the FMP work.”