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Cooling Electronics with CFD
Posted Mon November 03, 2014 @10:34AM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Cooling Electronics with CFD on Thursday 20th November 2014 at 11am UK Time & 10am US Time/PST.

Mentor Graphics is pleased to introduce this educational webinar on the technical and practical challenges presented by the cooling of electronics products, and the reasons that CFD is the correct solution.

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The webinar is presented by David Tatchell, former Chief Executive Officer of Flomerics Group plc who inspired the creation of FloTHERM, the world’s first commercially successful electronics cooling specific CFD software and the leading solution today.

Tune in to learn how electronics thermal design differs from traditional CFD applications, and some of the unique technologies that underpin this multi-million dollar business. The webinar concludes with a summary of the current FloTHERM product line portfolio and reflects on some of the new and ongoing challenges that will shape the future of electronics cooling simulation in the years to come.

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