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Old   October 7, 2006, 21:22
Default help, required to simulate cooling of electronics
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Hi,

I want to carry out CFD analysis on cooling of electronic circuits.

It will be welcome to all of you, please give your valuable suggestions to carry out the CFD analysis in this domain. If you any modedls/materials in this domain (cooling of electronic circuits) please share it.

Thanks in Advance and with regards plain
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