fanSINKS are commonly used in electronics systems to deliver direct air to devices that need additional cooling. But engineers applying fanSINKS in systems need to consider the existing airflow in the system from other fans. This white paper discusses an experimental investigation for a fanSINK deployed in a system and recommendations for engineers on proper deployment. You may download it without need for registration, just click the download button for the PDF.
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