With the release of Coolit v.15 and CoolitPCB v.15, Daat Research makes significant strides in
the quest for greater user productivity. The new release delivers an order of magnitude increase in
the user interface speed when working with complex CAD-imported objects. The solver has also
undergone major improvements with up to 40% solution time cut for most problems and an additional
up to 50% boost for forced convection flows with difficult (multivalued) fan curves. Model
construction efficiency has been significantly facilitated by adding a second window option to the
system, which is particularly effective when using more than one computer monitor.
Considerable new functionality has been added such as Joule heating, precise layer positioning for
PCBs, circular/oval PCBs, etc. Viewing computed results and generating reports has been made
easier with new CoolPlot which now includes new Probe components, provides the ability to write
annotations on still images, and automatically saves the viewing configuration. Along with the above
improvements v.15 streamlines the user interface for fan modeling, increases convergence rates for free
convection flows, and enhances quality of exported videos and stills among many other improvements.
Coolit and CoolitPCB v.15 are shipping now.
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Figure: Study of the airflow between pins of a heat sink.
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interface, a full range of Windows capabilities, and exceptionally fast solution times that are
particularly valuable for what-if analyses.
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