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Webinar: Managing Thermal Issues in Electronics Design with CFD
Do your designs involve the packaging of electronics within a confined space, potentially leading to thermal management problems? Join our free webinar outlining modern methods used to predict and optimise the thermal performance of electronic systems, including how this can support reliability qualification.
Date: April 24, 2013
Contact Email:
Organizer: Wilde Analysis Ltd
Softwares: ANSYS
Type of Event: Online Event, Other

In addition to the typical requirement faced by engineers 
to package electronic components and systems into 
increasingly small enclosures, avoiding failure and 
detrimental performance due to overheating is particularly 
challenging when:

* Other considerations preclude the use of fans and place 
restrictions on grille design
* Your rack-mounted module is competing for air flow in a 
crowded chassis
* You need to design against fan outage

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is an invaluable 
technique to quantify component temperatures and visualise 
air flow. ANSYS Icepak is a CFD-based simulation tool 
specifically designed for the electronics industry, 
enabling engineers to maximise the use of available air 
flows and keep temperature-sensitive components within an 
acceptable envelope.

* Wilde Analysis within the electronics industry
* How can simulation save costs and add value?
* Overview of ANSYS Icepak
* Applications 
  o Heat sink and cooling fan selection and sizing
  o Layout optimisation
  o Performance in working environments
  o Supporting reliability analysis
* Q&A Session

Who Should Attend

* Mechanical Design Engineers and Managers involved in 
Electronics packaging
* Electrical/Electronics Designers
* Reliability Engineers
* Project Managers

Registration / Further Information

Simply choose one of the following options to reserve your 
free place:

* Complete the registration form on our website 
* Call us on +44 (0)161 4747479
* Email us at

To find out more about our software and services, 
please contact us on +44 (0) 161 4747479 or email
Event record first posted on March 27, 2013, last modified on March 29, 2013

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