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Blue Ridge Numerics average salary is $59,426, median salary is $59,426 with a salary range from $59,426 to $59,426.
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Senior Auditor 59,426-59,426 Port Angeles, WA, 98362 2010 Blue Ridge Numerics Senior Auditor Salaries (1)
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  • Blue Ridge Numerics, Inc
  • Industry: Software Consulting
  • City: Charlottesville, VA
  • In 1992, Ed Williams and Dr. Rita Schnipke founded Blue Ridge Numerics with a clean piece of paper, a start-up budget and a lot of passion. From day one the mission was clear: deliver a fluid flow and heat transfer simulation that is both affordable and practical for mainstream product development groups.The same mission and passion drive our growing company today. Blue Ridge Numerics is well established in Asia, Europe and North America and CFdesign is considered by most industry observers to be the new standard for fluid flow and heat transfer simulation.