This Might Get Hot! Thermal Simulation of High Power Density Electronics
In this webinar, we explore the impact of various design changes on the thermal performance of a high power density electronics enclosure (industrial LED luminaire).
Learn how performance might differ if we:
Explore these topics, plus get a preview of new features including CAD geometry exchange without loss of assignments and results comparison.
Matt Bemis is a modeling and simulation specialist focused on electronics cooling, turbomachinery, external aerodynamics, automotive, and biomedical and is part of SimScale’s Application Engineering Team.
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