A combination of impressive new functionalities and Windows 10 compatibility hallmark Daat Research's
latest version of Coolit family software for electronics. The new release delivers enhanced CAD import,
a new turbulent flow model, as well as extensive new component and materials libraries.
Coolit v.16 also incorporates configurable interfaces and menus to suit personal preferences. Thus
customized user interface significantly enhances ease-of-use, improves workflow, and increases user
satisfaction and efficiency. New tools added in the CoolPlot postprocessor aid in image creation,
editing, and mark up ready for inclusion in reports and presentations.
Existing component models capabilities have been extended including a Joule heating option for most
components and trace heating for printed circuit boards.
Coolit and CoolitPCB v.16 are available now.
For further information on Coolit products, please visit
www.daat.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Figure: Coolit and CoolitPCB v.16 offer trace heating feature for PCBs.
Founded in 1992, Daat concentrates on the development of top-performing computational fluid
dynamics (CFD) products for MS Windows. Daat's award-winning Coolit family of CFD products is
available across all Windows platforms and is well-regarded for its remarkably intuitive user
interface, a full range of Windows capabilities, and exceptionally fast solution times that are
particularly valuable for what-if analyses.
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