To analyze any simulation model, it is necessary to divide the whole geometry model into smaller parts so that specific calculations can be carried out to arrive at a solution. This process is termed meshing. Once the simulation model is meshed, you can perform a particular analysis from the available solution types to get the result. However, in some cases, specific results are required for better analysis, which can be achieved in post-processing.
This lesson consists of two lectures and one workshop.
This lecture covers the theoretical aspects including the fundamentals, settings, priorities, visualization, and quality of the mesh in AEDT Icepak.
This lecture covers the various solution types available in AEDT Icepak, such as temperature, flow and steady and transient solution types. It also covers post-processing formats like solution data, field overlays, field calculator and reports.
This workshop covers the simulation aspects of setting up a model in AEDT Icepak and analyzing it. The outline for this workshop is as follows:
Build electronics system-level model >> import ECAD >> generate and review the mesh >> simulate and analyze >> post-process results.
Download the accompanying simulation files here.