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Heatsink 101 - An Introduction to Heatsink Design
Posted Thu June 02, 2016 @03:06PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Heatsink 101 An Introduction to Heatsinks on June 9th 2016.

Heatsinks are critical to the design of modern electronics, but so is weight and cost. How does the thermal engineer balance these elements?


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During this presentation, we will focus on how heatsinks work and how to design a heatsink while considering critical factors such as size, airflow, cost and attachment methods. We will also investigate how through using simulation, the heatsink design could be optimized and validated in the application environment. Engineers involved in board and chassis design would find this session very educational.

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