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New CFD Software Liberates PCB Designers
Posted Fri July 15, 2005 @03:20PM
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News New, powerful and highly affordable CoolitPCB frees PCB designers to do their own board level thermal analyses. EEs now can accurately predict the thermal behavior of their designs and pinpoint optimum component placement on their boards. There is no need for expert knowledge of heat transfer or CFD; CoolitPCB's intelligent user interface steers the user through the solution process. But users shouldn’t be fooled by this simplicity. Under the hood is the robust, proven and advanced computational engine, developed by Daat Research Corp., that has been successfully used for hundreds of design projects.

At $3900 for a perpetual license, CoolitPCB costs a small fraction of competing tools, yet there is no compromise in functionality. The software will enable the import of board designs from CAD and EDA software, perform testing for standard JEDEC forced, free convection, slots as well as custom setups.


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In addition, it will report component junction temperature, case temperature, as well as detailed 3D airflow and temperature distribution. CoolitPCB is fully integrated with Daat’s flagship thermal design software, Coolit, so optimum board designs can be readily incorporated into system level analysis.

For further information, contact Daat Research Corp at : info@daat.com. Initial deliveries of CoolitPCB will begin in August.

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