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Immersed Boundary Cartesian Meshing For Electronics Cooling Applications
Posted Wed September 23, 2015 @12:37PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Immersed Boundary Cartesian Meshing For Electronics Cooling Applications on Tuesday, September 29th.

In this webinar, we discuss the meshing technology that underpins FloTHERM XT and how it supports your design process and assists productivity.


Sponsor CFD Review

What you will learn:
  • How to quickly and simply control the mesh you need for electronics cooling analysis
  • How to accurately capture geometric features on course or fine mesh
  • How to streamline MCAD file import with the new and improved FloMCAD Bridge module

Who should attend:

  • Engineers responsible for electronics design flow efficiency
  • Thermal Management Engineers
  • Engineers who spend a lot of time meshing and re-meshing models
  • Engineering managers
  • Thermal engineers
  • Mechanical engineers

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