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Flomerics' Focus on Electronics Cooling Improves Design
Posted Mon August 14, 2006 @01:15PM
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Application Unlike general-purpose CFD companies, Flomerics has always been focused solely on a single industry: electronics. The idea behind development of Flotherm was to build in electronics intelligence on top of CFD. This intelligence would, in turn, be used to make problem setup, modeling, and analysis much faster, more efficient, and more accurate for engineers who design electronics.

In Taking the Heat Out of Electronics, Desktop Engineering speaks with Sherman Ikemoto, Business Development Manager for Flomerics Inc., and Flomerics users on what Flotherm brings to electronics design.

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"Accuracy takes on new meaning in delivering analysis to non-analysts," he says, describing the result as "analogous to taming the CFD solver by setting up the software to obtain convergence in a high percentage of analyses. Because of the electronics intelligence and industry knowledge contained in the software, users feel more secure about the accuracy of their results."

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