Benchmarks

The Coolit thermal management software is trusted by industry leaders worldwide. On this page we showcase a small sampling of the real-world applications, benchmarks, and results obtained by Coolit, CoolitPCB, and CoolitDC customers.

Optimizing avionics for harsh environment.
Courtesy of VT Miltope, Inc.

Coolit predicts flow inside a production computer chassis.
Courtesy of University of Texas.

Military heat exchanger tracks Coolit predictions
Courtesy of CAS Ltd.

Benchmark modeling of laminar and turbulent impinging jets
Courtesy of FSC Applied Chemistry

Transient flow with resonance applications/benchmark.
Courtesy of NTS Corp.

Coolit hits the mark with power amplifier predictions.
Courtesy of Miteq Corp.

Coolit predictions for impinging jets.
Courtesy of NTS Corp.

Validation of thermal design characteristics of In-Flight Entertainment Control Panel.
Courtesy of Miltope Corp.

Analysis of laminar free convection from a vertical plate of finite thickness with planar heat sources.
Courtesy of NTS Corp.

Benchmark predictions for single-component printed circuit boards.
Courtesy of Nokia.

Coolit predicts temperatures within 0.4% for new PII-266 notebook computers.
Courtesy of FIC.

Benchmark predictions for Plate Fin Array.
Courtesy of Nokia.

A comparative performance of turbulence models for heat transfer in a backward facing step geometry
Courtesy of SIAC.

Coolit's superior ease-of-use, speed, reliability, affordability and excellent technical support have proved an irresistible combination both for newcomers to CFD such as InDesign Inc., Hyperchip Inc., TA Instruments, CEA Technologies, Design Edge, Inc., as well as long time users of competing CFD products who switched to Coolit, after performing detailed and thorough evaluations to verify Coolit's performance and accuracy.

Join the growing ranks of electronic designers who rely on Coolit to solve their thermal management problems, including Boeing, Lucent Technologies, Raytheon, Honeywell, Seagate Technology, Toyota, ECI Telecom, JDS Uniphase and many, many others.



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