Electronics Thermal Management: How to Simulate Radiation Heat Transfer
Watch this live demonstration that introduces our new radiation heat transfer simulation features for electronics cooling. In this webinar, you will learn how an enclosed LED heat sink design is simulated and optimized in SimScale’s cloud-native platform. Our specialists demonstrate a full thermal analysis of a passively cooled LED module including material selection for the radial heat sink, with and without radiative paint. The demo includes how to:
We how to answer critical design questions such as:
Co-Founder & Product Manager
With a background in computational mechanics and control technology, Alex Fischer worked for 10 years in different product and engineering roles, building a fully cloud and web-based simulation platform. He is a co-founder of SimScale, and leads the company's efforts for thermal management and electronics solutions.
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