Efficient and compact electrical heatsinks with advanced geometry
Published on June 15, 2020
Heat sinks dissipate heat generated by CPUs and other electronic components keeping them functioning properly. As our devices become smaller and more powerful, heat sinks need to manage more heat in a more compact space.
In this nTop Live, Maiki Vlahinos, Senior Application Engineer at nTop, explains how engineering teams today use nTop to streamline the design of high-performance heat sinks and take advantage of advanced geometry to meet design requirements.
Watch to learn:
- What are some of the most important aspects and parameters in heatsink design
- Which advanced geometric structures can be efficient at heat dissipation
- How to set up a Design of Experiments to optimize your devices
The analysis of this advanced heat sink is covered in part 2 of the series.
Download the nTop files demonstrated here.
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