Leveraging Simulation to Improve New product introduction ‘hit-rate’ in Electronics…

Utilizing CFD software has become an indispensable tool in reducing development costs by enabling users to quickly handle more realistic geometries and physics

 Join us on the 19th of September at 16:00 CSET for this free of charge webinar will be hosted by industry experts;

Keith Perrin – Business Development CFD at MSC Software & Maxime Bomme – Pre-Sales Engineer at Cradle Software Europe

Role of CFD in engineering
One of the foremost expectations of today’s product driven companies is that they bring high value-added products that meet customer’s needs to the market quickly. In addition, successful companies proactively identify application scenarios that could result in unsatisfactory performance, product failures, and customer dissatisfaction and/or develop design solutions that mitigate the potential risks.
Thermo-fluid analysis software is indispensable for “Front-loading” product development to ensure the best product concepts are identified early in the design process. Design quality will be improved during the conceptual design phase by conducting basic studies of fluid and thermal phenomena that directly affect product performance. During the detailed design phase, simulations are conducted under conditions similar to what the actual product will experience. From this work, design engineers can understand the source of problems that limit performance and investigate alternate design solutions before production begins.

Industry uses including:

  • Consumer products: acoustics, passive/active cooling, bicycle helmets
  • Electronics: part maker, PCB thermal analysis, cooling, LED analysis

Program

  • 16:00 Introduction – Keith Perrin
  • 16:10 Recorded Webinar
  • 16:40 Questions  & Answers with Keith & Maxime
  • 17:00 End of event

Register today and recieve your link to the event! 

We look forward to metting with you on the 19th of September  Date:19th of September 2019

Time: 16:00 CSET

Register today and receive your link to the event!

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