Join us for a free webinar on April 27.
During this presentation, we will discuss three fan types typical in electronics cooling applications; centrifugal, radial and axial. We will explain how fan curves are experimentally determined and how that is represented in FloTHERM and FloTHERM XT. FloTHERM XT will be used to explicitly model the rotating fan blades in a system level model. Engineers involved in board and chassis design would find this session very educational.
Also, FloTHERM XT’s rotating geometry feature will be demonstrated to accurately determine flow distribution in a system level model.
What Will You Learn?
- What fan types are used in electronics cooling applications
- How fan curves are determined experimentally
- What are the pros and cons of using a Black Box model of a fan in a simulation
- How to use FloTHERM XT to model the rotating blades of a fan in a system level analysis