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What's New in Simcenter Flotherm and Flotherm XT
Posted Mon January 20, 2020 @05:02PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host What’s New in Simcenter Flotherm 2019.2 and Simcenter Flotherm XT 2019.3 on 30th January 2020, 11am UK Time & 10am PST.

Learn about extensive new enhancements such as the redesign of results analysis mode to access tabular and plots results faster, new post-processing automation that saves hours of engineering time and how transient simulation power control works using multiple temperature sensor points plus more topics.


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Also, discover new Simcenter Flotherm Package Creator for fast, easy creation of package thermal models that is a step change in capability. Additionally, learn more about improving PCB thermal modeling using a new method, Material Mapping, to represent copper trace and content efficiently while maintaining suitable accuracy.

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