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Coolit v5.0 Pioneers Embedded Mesh Technology
Posted Fri March 28, 2003 @09:46AM
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News With the release of Coolit v5.0, Daat Research Corp. becomes the first CFD company to successfully incorporate embedded mesh technology within an electronics thermal management package. This pioneering approach eliminates dependence on approximate model building techniques, such as resistor networks and lumped parameter (compact) models, thereby simplifying model building while increasing model fidelity and accuracy, and delivering order of magnitude increases in calculating speed.

The software creates individual mesh systems for objects within the system using a grid setup based on the length scales and the physics of each zone. It then manages communications among the multiple zones ensuring reliable, fast and stable convergence. The entire system can be modeled in one swoop with a dramatic reduction in solution time. In a problem simulating the use of multi-zone grids, Coolit v5.0 computed the flow through four pin-fin heat sinks with a reduction in cell count from over one million to just sixty-two thousand and a savings in compute time--from over 8 hours to less than 15 minutes!.

Coolit v5.0 operates on all Windows-based platforms: Windows 95,95, NT, 2000 and XP. For further information, contact Daat Research Corp. at

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