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Vehicle Thermal Management Demonstration at JSAE 2004
Posted Thu May 13, 2004 @01:12PM
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News Flowmaster Group in partnership with CRC Solutions Corporation, Flowmaster’s value added reseller in Japan, will be giving a series of demonstrations on simulating the thermo-fluid dynamic aspects involved with vehicle thermal management.

Taking place on Stand 26 in the IT & software zone the demonstrations will focus on the need to simulate the thermal interactions between the under hood fluid systems found in the vehicle. Such systems include: engine cooling, lubrication, under hood airflow and air conditioning.

“Of particular importance is the packaging of the cooling pack. With Space in the engine bay at a premium, heat exchangers such as the radiator, oil cooler and air conditioning condenser often overlap each other. As a consequence the component with the most overlapping, experiences airflow at a higher temperature than desired, which can impair the performance of the system it resides in” – explains Paul Burns, Automotive Product Manager, Flowmaster Group.

For further information contact Mr. Nobuyuki Yomoda yomo@crc.co.jp


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