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Maximizing the Accuracy of Your FloTHERM Models Using T3ster Measurements
Posted Tue January 19, 2016 @09:52AM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Maximizing the Accuracy of Your FloTHERM Models Using T3ster Measurements on 20th January 2015 at 11am UK Time & 10am US PST.

This webinar will introduce the new capability in FloTHERM v11.1 to automatically calibrate FloTHERM models to match T3Ster measurements. T3Ster measurements capture the full transient thermal characteristics of a device, and converts this into industry standard Structure Function curves.

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When a FloTHERM model of a device can produce the same Structure Function measured by T3Ster, the user can ensured that the FloTHERM model accurately includes all package time constants and will respond correctly in any steady state or transient application. The webinar will describe why the calibration process is important to thermal design, and the steps required in FloTHERM v11.1 to produce a calibrated model.

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