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Cooling of a Wind Power Station IGBT
Posted Fri October 03, 2014 @08:41AM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Cooling of a Wind Power Station IGBT on 16 October 2014 at 11am UK Time & 10am US/PST.

In this presentation, Karim Segond will be looking at the cooling design of an IGBT in a wind power station. FloEFD will be used for the thermal calculations of the IGBT-Transistor modules and then compared with test results.


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Karim Segond, is a freelancer who works with many of the marketing leading CFD softwares available, however, he prefers to works with software based on Cartesian mesh, such as FloEFD as he finds that it gives him a distinct advantage over many of his competitors.

Karim has considerable knowledge in the cooling of electrical machines and power electronic components, so sign up now for this presentation where you will be able to ask him for advice on your own projects at a live question and answer session at the end.

For more information or to register for this event, click here.

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