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CoolitPCB v2.0 Adds Traces and Transient Flow Capability
Posted Thu March 23, 2006 @11:32AM
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News CoolitPCB, the price shattering CFD software for board level analysis, is adding major new functionality in its upcoming release. V2.0 will expand to simulate traces, a feature found in no other CFD software. This important addition, from Daat's ongoing enhancement program, will import board artwork directly for thermal analysis.

Also new in V2.0 will be the ability to handle transient flow, which augments the software's the existing capabilities to test for standard JEDEC forced, free convection, slots as well as custom setups. CoolitPCB also reports component junction temperature, case temperature, as well as detailed 3D airflow and temperature distribution.


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