The latest v.20 release of Coolit products for thermal management of electronics delivers important
new functionalities and improvements. The new release speeds up the solver initialization time
drastically reducing the start/restart times, adds Gerber format for importing PCB traces,further
improves the grid generation algorithm and redesigns the Grid Settings dialog. It adds new
powerful reporting tools and parameters to CoolPlot. The user can now create results tables, with
complete control over the table's entries and design. The created tables can be viewed and edited
in the Objects Manager. 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.20 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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