Webinar: CFD as a Tool to Perform Heat Sink and System Modeling - 24 May

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tools have become indispensable simulation tools, enabling design engineers to engage electronics cooling challenges on demand. Some tips and tricks are invaluable in performing these analyses. Among them: the simplest methods of preparing a CFD model; the best techniques for meshing; and how to model a system's components, such as fans and perforated plates. Attendees will learn about common and not-so-common issues in CFD, and how to overcome them.

6SigmaET brings a new level of productivity to electronics cooling design, overcoming many of the ease-of-use problems that have plagued analysis tools from the beginning - with new levels of automation and intelligence making 6SigmaET usable by the broad community of design engineers; A broad range of intelligent modeling objects such as: PCBs, chip sockets, and electronic components such as resistors and capacitors, temperature controlled fans and blowers, card and drive bays. Modeling automation rules that auto: place, align, collision-detect and error-check. Automated gridding of all objects including complex CAD shapes such as heatsinks, baffles with minimal user intervention ensuring optimum grid is always used. Communicate effectively with the help of highly customizable reports that are generated automatically.

Date: Thursday May 24 2012
Time: 2:00PM - 3:00PM EDT

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