Optimizing the airflow under the hood is essential to ensuring that equipment will operate safely and reliably. It is not enough to test underhood cooling in the laboratory or wind tunnel, as equipment needs to be able to operate in challenging real-world conditions.
Simulation enables engineers to visualize the flow of air and temperature distribution under the hood. Fan and vent designs can be optimized to reach cooling and fuel-efficiency targets while taking real-world weather conditions into consideration.
Download this whitepaper and learn how using simulation to tackle the challenges of underhood cooling can help save time and money.