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Table of Contents 1. Using This Manual How To Use This Manual For the Beginner For the Experienced User Finned Heat Sink Problem Description Step 1: Create a New Project Step 2: Build the Model Step 3: Generate a Mesh Step 4: Physical and Numerical Settings Step 5: Save the Model Step 6: Calculate a Solution Step 7: Examine the Results Step 8: Summary Step 9: Additional Exercise RF Amplifier Step 3: Create Assemblies Step 4: Generate a Mesh Step 5: Physical and Numerical Settings Step 6: Save the Model Step 7: Calculate a Solution Step 8: Examine the Results Step 9: Summary Use of Parameterization to Optimize Fan Location Step 3: Creating Separately Meshed Assemblies Step 5: Setting up the Multiple Trials Step 6: Creating Monitor Points Step 7: Physical and Numerical Setting Step 8: Save the Model Step 9: Calculate a Solution Step Examine the Results Step Reports Step Summary All rights reserved.
Step 3: Create a Separately Meshed Assembly Step Additional Exercise Non-Conformal Mesh Step 3: Generate a Conformal Mesh Step 8: Add an Assembly to the Model Step 9: Generate a Non-conformal Mesh Step Save the Model Step Calculate a Solution Mesh and Model Enhancement Exercise Skills Covered Training Method Used Loading the Model A 15 Minute Exploration Step-by-Step Approach Modification 2: Non-Conformal Mesh for the hi-flux-comps Cluster Modification 3: A Super Assembly Loss Coefficient for a Hexa-Grille Step 3: Define Parameters and Trials Inline and Staggered Heat Sinks Comparison Step 3: Define Design Variables Step 5: Generate a Mesh Step 6: Physical and Numerical Settings Step 7: Save the Model Step 8: Monitor Points Minimizing Thermal Resistance Step 8: Calculate a Solution Step 9: Examine the Results Step Optimization in DesignXplorer Radiation Modeling Step 5: Solving the Model Without Radiation Step 7: Calculate a Solution: No Radiation Step Ray-Tracing Radiation Model Transient Simulation Step 8: Generate a Summary Report Step 8: Create a Zoom-In Model Step 9: Edit the Zoom-in Model Step Mesh the Zoom-In Model Step Examine the Zoom-in Results Step Additional Exercise IDF Import Step 3: Component Filtration Alternatives Step 4: Component Models Alternatives Step 5: Summary Modeling CAD Geometry Step 1: Creating a New Project Step 1: Generate a Mesh Step 2: Set Physical and Numerical Values Step 3: Save the Model Step 4: Calculate a Solution Step 5: Examine the Results Step 3: Calculate a Solution Step 4: Examine the Results Additional Exercise Microelectronics Packages - Compact models Multi-Level Meshing Generate a Mesh Zero Slack with Non-Conformal Meshing
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Electrical and mechanical engineers working in this environment will enjoy a completely automated design flow with seamless coupling from HFSS, Maxwell and Q3D Extractor into Icepak for steady-state or transient thermal analysis. Engineers can rely on Icepak for an integrated electronics cooling solution for electronic applications ranging in scale from individual ICs to packages and PCBs, up to computer housings and entire data centers. The Icepak solver performs conduction, convection and radiation conjugate heat transfer analyses. It has many advanced capabilities to model laminar and turbulent flows, and species analysis including radiation and convection. Icepak provides a vast library of fans, heatsinks and materials to furnish solutions to everyday electronic cooling concerns. Beat the heat with ANSYS Icepak, a premier simulation tool to perform electro-thermal and standalone thermal analyses of electronic designs. Integration with the ANSYS engineering portfolio gives you an unequaled design flow to analyze difficult issues including PCB warping, motor cooling and more.