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re: Thermal management in automobiles
docdivakar   8/26/2011 1:04:25 AM
Decoupling the coolant loop from that of the engine loop is certainly a good idea. One also has to pay attention to the location of the ICBT modules, not in close proximity to the engine. With the hood closed and much of the on-coming air feeding into the radiator, close attention must be paid to the thermal cross talk between the engine & IGBT modules. MP Divakar

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