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Old   June 29, 2016, 17:12
Question Icepak - source vs. block with power dissipation
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I'm new to Icepak. Does anyone know how Icepak treats a source part differently from a block with a certain power dissipation?

As far as I understand, I can use either option to model my power source. Am I wrong?

Please let me know if you use Icepak.

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