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Thermal Territories 101 - Detailed Descriptions and How to Use Them
Posted Wed June 20, 2018 @08:58PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Thermal Territories 101: Detailed Descriptions and How to Model Them on 28th June 2018, 11am UK Time & 10am PST.

A comprehensive introduction to a method for accurate and efficient IC temperature prediction within a system analysis. This updated computationally less intensive, localized modeling approach helps engineers to more quickly model detailed PCB board thermal properties, vias and trace main influences on a component.

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Topics covered in this event:
  • Introduction to Thermal Territory geometry
  • Techniques for modeling explicit geometry
  • Analytical calculation compared to empirical with Thermal Territories
  • When to use Thermal Territories with empirical calculation

Thermal Territories is a capability you can use in FloTHERM XT electronics cooling software, utilizing the FloEDA Bridge Function.

For more information and to register, click here.

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