Design and development tools to enhance electronics and thermal management introduced by Daat Research

HANOVER, N.H., 22 Sept. 2011. Daat Research Corp. in Hanover, N.H., is introducing design and development tools for its Coolit family of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) thermal software for electronics to help engineers analyze and optimize their designs for electronics cooling and thermal management. One tool uses volume visualization using color fog that depicts temperature or pressure variations. Used together with sectional view planes, fog helps analyze complex spatial distributions. A second tool is automatic flow visualization and animation, which automatically distributes injectors and injects particles that show flow direction, velocity, swirl, and temperature.

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HANOVER, N.H., 22 Sept. 2011. Daat Research Corp. in Hanover, N.H., is introducing design and development tools for its Coolit family of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) thermal-management software for electronics to help engineers analyze and optimize their designs for electronics cooling and thermal management.One tool uses volume visualization using color fog that depicts temperature or pressure variations. Used together with sectional view planes, fog helps analyze complex spatial distributions.A second tool is automatic flow visualization and animation, which automatically distributes injectors and injects particles that show flow direction, velocity, swirl, and temperature.

For more information contact Daat Research online at www.daat.com.

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