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Thermal Management Challenges in Forced Convection Tablets
Posted Wed March 02, 2016 @09:27AM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host ECS – Thermal Management Challenges in Forced Convection Tablets on 3rd March 2016 at 10am PST.

This short webinar, presented by Electronic Cooling Solutions, will discuss thermal management challenges in forced convection tablets. For high performance tablets, forced convection is required to provide sufficient thermal management for the device.


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Forced convection introduces a number of additional user experience concerns such as battery life and acoustics.

This webinar explores these challenges and details their work regarding FloTHERM XT thermal model calibration with T3Ster measurement data, thermal design with FloTHERM XT, and acoustic testing.

For more information and to register, click here.

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