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The H1 does, but I don't think the U1 does. You may want the U1 to create more vacuum in the pull shroud. I also have a box of AC pumps that I was going to build an flown bench from. You could just make a small flow bench that you bolt the radiators on to. In pull with a shroud, it shouldn't make a difference if you have a fan there, as long as you measure the pressure drop and measure or estimate the flow.

You may also want this: http://cgi.ebay.com/New-UEI-DTH31-Di...QQcmdZViewItem.

I was thinking a simple automotive vacuum tester could handle the pressure measurement.

You would then vary heat, coolant flow, and pressure drop, with secondary graphs of flow vs. pressure drop for both the coolant and air. Your existing spreadsheet would estimate coolant flow from the pressure drop, and I guess we would need to add fan tests for the equivalent for the fans.

Users of the data would have to pick the components to handle their heat load to acheive their desired results.

Sounds like a lot of work!
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