The latest v.19 line of Coolit products for thermal management of electronics delivers major
improvements in usability and functionality. The new release expands functionality of the Objects
Manager, automates import of CAD into Coolit objects, and improves the solver restart algorithm
resulting in significant time savings for restarts. It also improves the solution algorithm for
transient cases improving the stability thereby permitting large time steps. The user interface has
been updated with improved object rotation and selection, and the Batch Queue dialog has acquired
additional functionality and usability. The materials library has been expanded with data for
temperature-dependent properties for fluids.
The above new features and improvements are only a sample of the many advances implemented in this
Coolit and CoolitPCB v.19 are available now.
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Figure: Coolit modeled digital mass storage system for the Air Force's C-130.
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