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How to Use CFD for Electronics Cooling
Posted Mon February 11, 2019 @05:16PM
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Announcements SimScale will host How to Use CFD for Electronics Cooling on February 19th.

When it comes to electronics, neglecting to effectively cool a component within a system can lead to overheating, product lifespan reduction, and even operational failure. Using fluid flow simulation (CFD), key metrics such as junction temperatures, energy consumption, energy removed and the path the heat takes out of the domain can be evaluated.


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For high-power applications, water cooling is a wonderful option for ensuring your electronic device is efficiently cooled, and functioning at its optimal state.

No prior knowledge or software is required to join this webinar. All participants can get access to SimScale with all the required simulation features by creating a Community account on our website. If you are unable to attend the live session, we would still encourage you to register in order to receive the recording.

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