In the new v5.0 release, Daat Research Corp has further upped the breakthrough performance of
CoolitDC, the company's CFD thermal modeling software for data centers. Though CoolitDC is
already the undisputed leader in solution speed, Daat has further boosted solver performance
30%. It also increased preprocessor performance over 10-fold to permit building larger models
in less time. Third party testing has verified that the software trumps major competitors in handling
complex problems accurately, quickly and with a minimum of computing resources-only a laptop
is required. The intuitive user interface makes it is easy-to-learn for engineers with no
CoolitDC v5.0 adds a new highly accurate turbulence flow model fine-tuned for data center
modeling, implements rack data import from Excel, and from CAD files. The result is faster,
easier and more efficient model building. In addition, optimized grid generation enhances the
user experience and creates more robust models.
Developed by Daat Research Corp., CoolitDC v5.0 is built on the company's 20 years of
electronics thermal analysis and design experience. Under the hood is Daat's advanced
computational engine that has been successfully used in thousands of projects.
For further information on Coolit products, please visit
www.daat.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Figure 1: View inside sealed cold aisle reveals magnitude and direction
of airflow through and around racks.
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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