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Fan Selection Utilizing a Closed-Form Solution for Blade Chassis
Posted Thu October 01, 2009 @08:27AM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Fan Selection Utilizing a Closed-Form Solution for Blade Chassis on Wed 14th October 2009 at 1pm US/Eastern.

There are many factors that go into fan selection for fan array applications. Among the many factors that go into fan selection for fan array applications are fan size and arrangement, to overall airflow and fault tolerance.


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A logical checklist of allowable specifications, combined with appropriate analysis, can definitively determine which fan is the best for your application.

Mentor Graphics will be running this complimentary on-line presentation which will show you how to confidently choose the best fan for your chassis through a structured analysis that systematically compares the gamut of factors to consider when deciding which fan to use.

Who Should Attend:

  • Design Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • System Architects
  • Product Managers
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