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Flow Science celebreates 30 years: 1980-2010

Flow Science's 30th Anniversary - A Year in Review

30 Years of Improving the World Through Accurate Flow Modeling

In 2010, Flow Science celebrated its 30th year of offering solutions in computational fluid dynamics. Thanks to all of our customers throughout the years for making our success possible!

Here are some of the highlights from the past year:

Winners of the 30th Anniversary Simulation Contest!

Keynote at the 2010 FLOW-3D World Users Conference

To help commemorate Flow Science's anniversary, the founder and contributing developer, Dr. C.W. Hirt, delivered the keynote at the 2010 FLOW-3D World Users Conference in Montreal, Quebec. Dr. Hirt's presentation was aptly titled, "Footprints on the Path to Flow Science," which is available in the 2010
FLOW-3D World Users Conference proceedings
.

Open House Celebration at Flow Science

On the official anniversary of Flow Science's 30th Anniversary, Friday, October 1, 2010, Flow Science held an Open House to celebrate improving the world through accurate flow modeling for 30 years with Flow Science employees and their families, business associates and customers in the area. Browse the Open House Album at the FLOW-3D Facebook page.

Flow Science Earns Two Business Awards

To add to the excitement of turning 30, Flow Science was awarded two awards for excellence in 2010: the Employer of the Year, awarded by the Santa Fe Professional Business Women and the Business Excellence Award by the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce. Read the press release.

Michael Barkhudrov, now VP of R & D,
in the early days of Flow Science
Michael Barkhudrov, now VP of R & D,
in the early days of Flow Science.
He has since gotten a computer.
Tony Hirt with group of Flow Science employees
Flow Science employees surprised
Dr. Tony Hirt with a hike in Los Alamos
on his 60th birthday.
Tom Jensen with Flow Science employees
Tom Jensen joins Flow Science
employees on a hike up in Los Alamos.