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Continental Automotive Tests its Product Reliability in a Fraction of Time Before Building Prototype

Suppliers of automotive electronics are adopting state-of-the-art semiconductor technology to increase computational speed and capability and improve the driving experience. This approach requires thermal solutions that leverage conduction through the housing due to the power dissipated by these devices. Continental Automotive chose Ansys Sherlock for its ability to quantify the changes in reliability of a component due to various system-level effects, including the thermomechanical influence of adhesives.

Continental Automotive Case Study

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