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Simulation of Accurate and Efficient Heat Transfer
Posted Wed January 23, 2013 @11:15PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Simulation of Accurate and Efficient Heat Transfer on February 20, 2013 from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM.

This seminar will present the most up-to-date 3D analysis and efficient heat transfer methods available for mechanical and electronic system design, including components and assemblies.

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CFD specialists will present examples of thermo-fluid dynamic (CFD) 3D calculations to effectively evaluate the temperature of components, including examples of heat exchangers, air conditioners, and cooling of electronics. A sample of fluid mechanics, heat transfer and phase transition (boiling) relative to the coolant circuit in an automotive engine will also be covered.

As an attendee, you will receive firsthand knowledge of how companies apply design-time settings for the simulation of heat transfer in forced convection, conduction, and thermal and solar radiation scenarios. A discussion on the calculation and interpretation of heat transfer coefficients will follow.

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