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Old   February 27, 2006, 23:10
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Hello, All,

The ICEPAK model contains several THIN PLATES with 2 mm effective thickness. As you know, THICK PLATE in ICEPAK have thickness option and the thickness will extends in either the positive or the negative coordinate direction (normal to the plane of the plate),depending on whether the thickness is specified as a positive or negative value. My question is if the positive or negative value of effective thickness of THIN PLATE has the same meanings as that of THICK PLATE. If not, which direction can be expected to extend for THIN PLATE?

Best regards and Thanks in advance, aneshe
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