Reduce Thermal Design Challenges by Frontloading CFD

On-Demand Webinar | 45 minutes

Get New Product Design right from the start by Frontloading CFD for better reliability

Reduce Thermal Design Challenges by Frontloading CFD
Reduce Thermal Design Challenges by Frontloading CFD

Electronics are critical to nearly every system we use every day - whether it is our vehicles, mobile devices, entertainment, or illumination - and the ubiquity of electronics in our lives is only growing. Because of this, our tolerance for failures of these systems is decreasing, so product designers have an increasing burden to make reliable products that perform. 

Simulation, especially early in the design process is critical, and that simulation must allow investigation of the range of physical factors that can cause failure. Excessive temperature is the most common indicator to predict failure, but the underlying causes are more complex: overstressed connections, fatigue from thermal cycling, contamination that fouls cooling surfaces, even performance "failures" such as noisy operation. 

Multiphysics causes need multi-physics simulation to understand and avoid product failures, so new electronics introduction is reliable with minimum recalls. Using an EV application example, this webinar will detail how design teams can leverage a multi-CAD embedded CFD solution to frontload thermal simulation early in the design phase - to enable faster, more reliable electric machine design – from overall system simulation to detailed multi-physics design.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The importance of modeling the details in the simulation of electronics.
  • Benefits of using simulation throughout the design process. 
  • Use cases of companies and the value they have achieved. 
  • An expansive view of how Simcenter can give you a competitive advantage.

Who should attend?

  • Mechanical Engineers who design electronic products
  • Engineering Managers
  • Project Managers 
  • Product Managers

Boris Marovic

Business Development Consultant , Mentor Graphics, A Siemens Business