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July 2006

Coolit v6.0 Executes Major Changes


coolit, the popular and powerful thermal and flow analysis software, delivers anта impressive list of enhancements in its latest release. v6.0 delivers expanded cad import capabilities, slashes the time required for fine grid calculations, adds multiple fluid domains within an enclosure and is 64-bit ready. in addition, there are numerous ease-of-use and reporting advancements.та these features are outgrowths of daat research's on-going enhancement program for the world's easiest-to-use and most powerful thermal software.

coolit v6.0 expands its cad file import capabilities with the addition of step files, and also delivers an improved import user interface.

with v6.0, there is no time penalty for performing fine grid calculations. coolit has incorporated a new zonal grid that delivers the accurate temperature prediction possible with fine meshes in virtually the same time it would take for a coarse grid calculation.та та

the new release incorporates a capability to define different fluid domains within an enclosure. as many fluid domains as desired can be added, each containing a different fluid. this functionality is especially valuable for modeling systems with liquid cooling.

coolit v6.0 will import pcb artwork (traces) in dxf format, a feature that allows engineers to quickly and simply perform board level analysis. the ability to simulate traces is found in no other cfd software.

the new release offers numerous time-saving features in its dialogs, report, viewing, component modeling and error reporting.та

for more information, visit: http://www.coolit.com/orта mailto:info@daat.com

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