Hi everyone I have a quick question regarding heat transfer. I have yet to study heat transfer yet but I have a basic understanding of the mechanisms from general physics courses. My particular question is regarding airflow across a surface and its ability to cool a heat source. The situation I am currently thinking of is the heatsink located on a computer's processor. Provided that a heatsink offers a means to transfer the processor's heat to a space where dissipation is easier, does greater airflow across the heatsink necessarily mean a greater heat transfer rate and therefore a lower steady state temperature for the processor? Any input is appreciated and an analytic approach is always loved. Thanks!