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Cooling of Electrical Machines
Posted Mon November 25, 2013 @09:36AM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Cooling of Electrical Machines on Wednesday 11th December 2013 at 11.30am UK Time & 10.30am US Pacific.

Join Karim Segond, Consulting Engineer for Fluid Dynamics and Cooling from E-Cooling GmbH for this complimentary on-line event.


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Karim will be presenting this event where he will discuss the problems associated with the cooling of large electrical machines and why he chooses to use FloEFD to solve his thermal issues. You will see how to conduct thermal analysis using your CAD model early on in the design cycle. This will be demonstrated in the software using a large electrical motor as an example, so you will see how FloEFD can handle the flow and thermal calculations of complex geometries.

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