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Old   November 24, 2023, 13:04
Default Icepak Pressure Drop and Fan Operating Point
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Good Day,

I was wondering if there were any icepak user here that could help.

Is it possible (and how do you do it) to give the pressure drop of a system (An electronics enclosure containing a heatsink, heat sources, grill inlet and exhaust fan for example), and also to give the operating point on the fan curve?

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