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Cooling fan direction

No formal justifications here. These are just what would influence my decision. Fast air will cool better than slow air. Filtering energy concentrated air at a fan will be easier than filtering low ...
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Cooling fan direction

A full-on 'professional' design would model airflow and thermal dissipation using a tool like Flotherm. It seems like this isn't being done for your design. That’s understandable since the software ...
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Cooling fan direction

Air direction depends on the design of the device you wish to cool. Typically you want to maximize the airflow over surfaces like heatsinks to carry heat away. This can be accomplished with fans in ...
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