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Coolit V.9 Released
Posted Mon August 24, 2009 @04:41PM
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News Coolit v.9 thermal & flow analysis software dramatically shortens modeling time for engineers simulating complex electronics. The user can now build complex IC chip models, using either model constructors which guide you from start to finish, or create them from scratch using basic Coolit building blocks, or pick them ready to go from the expanded IC Package library.

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A simple mouse click then converts the detailed IC package models into compact resistor models, if desired. Instant conversion, not only from constructor and library models but from arbitrary user-built models, gives Coolit a distinct advantage over other thermal software.

Compact resistor models dramatically reduce the computational resources necessary to compute complex models with large numbers of IC packages with little impact on accuracy. Coolit v.9 incorporates two new compact resistor model options: a DELPHI option and a new 14-resistor model option.

The DELPHI option, lets you specify a resistor network using DELPHI methodology for generating environment-independent compact resistor models of IC packages. Such models are currently available from many IC package manufacturers. The 14-resistor compact model can be used for converting detailed models built in Coolit.

Numerous user interface and graphics enhancements have been added, as well as 64-bit operating system support for CoolPlot, Coolit's graphics post-processor.

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