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Volume 3, Issue 1

Welcome to Volume 3, Issue 1 of Engineering Edge. This issue's cover story shows how Facebook use FloTHERM to design custom rack systems for their datacenters. In addition, ADA designed combat aircraft fuel systems, Black & Decker's Power Drill electronics cooling, Seiko's big time savings with FloEFD for projector design, Flanders' DRIVE automotive electric powertrain cooling, Cofely's revamping of a biomass furnace, and Mercury Systems' military avionics thermal design, are all noteworthy in their own right. John Murray's interesting survey of Engineering Apps, plus an interview with long-time veteran of the electronics cooling industry, Bill Maltz from ECS.

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Facebook calculate that over a three year period, new server designs alone will deliver at least 19% more throughput, cost approximately 10% less, and use several tons less raw materials to build than... View Journal Article

By adopting FloEFD, Seiko Epson designers were able to affect designs as they developed, with the confidence that any discrepancies in results would be picked up by the analysis team during testing.  View Journal Article

The use of FloEFD in their design process helps Raul to test design variations for venting, fan position and geometries, as well as housing changes for better airflow. In the case of the metal housings... View Journal Article

FloTHERM V10.0 is a significant user experience with several functionality and usability enhancements. View Journal Article

Introducing the new MicReD® Industrial Power Tester 1500A for power cycling and thermal testing of electronics components to simulate and measure lifetime performance.  View Journal Article

Volume 3, Issue 1

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