Tips and Techniques for Best Use of CFD for Heat Sinks and Systems Modeling: Free Webinar, June 23
ATS will present a free webinar that thoroughly reviews computational fluid dynamics, CFD, simulation software. Attendees will learn basic uses and advanced techniques for preparing CFD models and leveraging them to save time, improve quality and lower costs.
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation software is an essential part of the thermal professional’s tool box and often the starting point in the design of a thermal management solution. Proper CFD saves an engineer time and cost in a design. ATS will discuss general tips and tricks in working with CFD.
The webinar includes the simplest methods for preparing a CFD model; the best techniques for meshing; and how to model a system’s components, such as fans and perforated plates. Attendees will learn about common and not-so-common issues in CFD, and how to overcome them.
Dr. Kaveh Azar, President of ATS will present this webinar live on Thursday, June 23 starting at 2:00 p.m. EST. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions during and after the event.
“When you use CFD properly, you have an upper hand on achieving thermal management solutions faster, cheaper and more effectively,” says Dr. Azar. “You spend less time on trial and error in the lab, assembling and testing prototypes and sample parts. The more you know about CFD programs, the better you can simulate the important elements and avoid wasting time and memory where it’s not needed.”
Throughout 2011, ATS is presenting a series thermal management webinars for engineers, designers and program managers with an interest in electronics cooling. Each of the one-hour tutorials includes detailed visuals and real time narration by an ATS thermal management expert. Viewers will be able to key in questions during and after the presentation.
To register for the free ATS webinar “Tips, Tricks and Techniques for the Best Use of CFD for Heat Sink and System Modeling” visit http://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/300959811