Heat Transfer happens all the time, wherever we go, whatever we do. The sun warming up the air in our region, the tires of Formula 1 cars getting hot due to friction with the race track and the transfer of heat if we put a pot of water on our stove to make some pasta for dinner. Our everyday life has infinite more heat transfer processes that can potentially have big effects on us if they weren’t well calculated! Think about your smartphone, that gets warm when you watch long videos for example. Manufacturers need to make sure that the phone doesn’t overheat and make it uncomfortable for you, holding the phone - let alone burn you! This is only one example where Heat Transfer simulations need to be performed in order to design a safe product. Read more about the topic of heat transfer and the story that is behind some of the products we use in our everyday life.