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Increasing Electronics Reliability with Liquid Cooling

This webinar explores how you can leverage Ansys Discovery’s real-time physics simulation and harness the power of the Ansys Fluent inside Discovery to determine if your “best design” holds true to your performance goals.

February 17, 2021

11 AM EST / 4 PM GMT / 9:30 PM IST

Venue:
Online

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The success of every major technology trend depends on electronics reliability. As engineers developing electrical and electronic systems face increased power demands, as well as heightened packaging constraints, the need for liquid cooling systems to adequately manage temperatures grows greater. Best practices for ensuring and predicting reliability require comprehensive multiphysics simulations earlier in the product development process.

This webinar explores how you can leverage Ansys Discovery’s real-time physics simulation and harness the power of the Ansys Fluent inside Discovery to determine if your “best design” holds true to your performance goals.

  • Understand the impact of simulation-driven design for predicting and ensuring electronics reliability.
  • Discover how to conduct thermal management and CFD simulations in seconds using real-time physics.
  • Learn how to leverage Fluent within Ansys Discovery to perform a fluid-solid CHT simulation to precisely predict temperature distribution and fluid pressure drop.
  • Explore how you can incorporate Fluent to run more advanced simulations and perform final validation.

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