Thermal Management of LEDs
Up to 85 percent of the electrical power used to drive light emitting diodes (LEDs) is converted to heat. Engineers must design LEDs carefully so that they do not become too hot to touch or cause components to break. Determining the temperature of the LED itself and the enclosure requires simulating the current passing through the conductors, heat transfer to the air, the temperature of the LED and fixture, and the resulting mechanical stresses.
Join us for a 20-minute webinar to see how simulation from Ansys makes the simulation of all these forces impacting thermal management in LEDs easy and intuitive.