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Introduction to FloTHERM XT
Posted Fri November 01, 2013 @04:09PM
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Announcements Oasis and Mentor Graphics will host an Introduction to FloTHERM XT on November 13.

FloTHERM XT is an industry unique thermal simulation solution that brings the tightest integration between the ECAD and MCAD design flows.

Sponsor CFD Review

Harnessing the powerful, electronics focused DNA of FloTHERM, FloTHERM XT streamlines the process of virtually prototyping a design from concept to manufacturing. Bringing powerful thermal simulation capabilities to both thermal experts and mechanical engineers, FloTHERM XT provides accuracy and ease of use against simulating complex electronics systems.

Please join us to learn more about how FloTHERM XT can dramatically improve your design flow and help avoid thermal issues early in the design cycle.

What You Will Learn

  • How FloTHERM XT provides the strongest collaboration between MCAD and ECAD in providing CFD focused on electronic systems.
  • How FloTHERM XT preserves the electronics-centered DNA of FloTHERM, while providing robust thermal analysis wish complex geometries
  • Value of using compact models and design reusability

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