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Wireless Electronics OEM Chooses ALGOR's New Forced Convection Capability for Coupled Fluid/Solid Heat Transfer(January 09, 2002)
"Engineers performing steady-state heat transfer analysis in ALGOR can now simply click on a dialog box to include fluid convection effects and provide the location of fluid velocity results during setup to yield forced convection heat transfer results," said Michael L. Bussler, president of Pittsburgh-based ALGOR, Inc. "This easy method of predicting how flow will affect temperature distribution in both fluid and solid components is especially useful to engineers analyzing systems that require fans or water for cooling and those that transport molten metal or liquefied plastic or rubber, all of which operate at extremely high temperatures."
"As an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of wireless communications equipment, we need to know what fluid flow velocity is necessary within enclosures to cool the electronics," said Grant South, Mechanical Engineering Manager for Wytec in Santa Clara, California. "We can use ALGOR's forced convection heat transfer to determine what level of fluid flow - like the fan-forced airflow that cools a computer - will produce the desired internal temperature distribution and prevent electronic components from overheating and failing."
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