Ansys Discovery — Solid Thermal Simulation

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Electronic devices generate unwanted heat within their casing during their operation. This heat needs to be dissipated away to avoid overheating and ensure smooth and reliable operation of the device. One of the methods is to use heat sink which removes the heat generated by an electronic component through conduction. In this course you will learn how to use Ansys Discovery to perform a solid thermal (conduction) simulation.

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