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Compressing the Thermal Design Process with FloTHERM XT
Posted Tue January 17, 2017 @07:29AM
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News Mentor Graphics will host FloTHERM XT: Compressing the Thermal Design Process on 25th January 2017, 11am UK Time & 10am PST.

This presentation will start off by reviewing the thermal design process, it will then look at how by incorporating FloTHERM XT, you can reduce your design process times by a factor of at least 2 when compared to traditional general-purpose simulation products.


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A thermal design using the BeagleBone Black board will be used to demonstrate FloTHERM XT’s CAD-centric approach, PCB design flow interoperability and SmartCells™ based mesh. Engineers and managers responsible for thermal design would find this session very enlightening.

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