New Electronics Cooling Webinars by ATS are Open for Second Quarter of 2012

Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc., ATS, will present webinars on important electronics cooling topics in April, May and June 2012. Each of these free events will provide technical training at an engineering level in different areas of modern thermal management.

Norwood, MA, April 06, 2012 --( Every month in the second quarter of 2012, Advanced Thermal Solutions will present a technical webinar covering different topics within the dynamic world of electronics cooling. Each of these one-hour, online tutorials will include detailed visuals, definitions, instructions, case studies and references. One or more ATS PhD-level thermal engineers will be presenting live. Viewers will be able to key in questions during and after the presentation.

Each Q2 webinar is planned for a Thursday afternoon (ET) late in the month. These are the second quarter topics for the ATS webinars:

“How to Perform and Understand Air Velocity Measurement within Electronics Systems”
April 26, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. ET
Participants will learn about the importance of measuring air velocity in a system, the instruments necessary for obtaining useful measurements and where these velocities should be recorded.

“CFD as a Tool to Perform Heat Sink and System Modeling”
May 24, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. ET
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tools have become indispensable simulation tools, enabling design engineers to confront electronics cooling challenges on demand. Some tips and tricks are invaluable in performing these analyses. Among them: the simplest methods of 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.

“Heat Sink Selection Made Easy”
June 28, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. ET
As heat dissipation needs for electronic devices rapidly grow, choosing the right heat sink the first time is essential. With so many application requirements and heat sink options, this can be a daunting task. In this webinar, attendees will learn about the importance of system airflow and its impact on heat sink design; attachment methods; and how to solve thermal design challenges.

Seats at each of these webinars are free, but limited. Registration is available online at, or by calling 1-781-949-2522.
Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc.
Andrea Koss