CFD Consultancy for Electronic Equipment

by | Feb 21, 2020 | News

The first step is the request

In order to be able to make a proper effort estimation, the first thing to do should be to clearly define the task. Based on this task, the level of detail for a physically correct model can then be determined. Ultimately, the principle “only as many details as necessary” saves time and money!

If you are still in the concept phase, layout details and possibly a precise component selection are not yet available. In this phase, however, no accuracies of +-1 K are expected from the simulation results.

Often there is a difference in effort, whether you are only interested in the temperature distribution in steady state or whether you want to see the time warm-up of clocked components with a temperature-controlled fan.

We offer a PDF document for download, which answers the most frequently asked questions regarding a simulation service from the inquiry to the discussion of results. The focus here is on assemblies and device levels. If you are interested in order simulations and creation of a digital twin of your data center, you can also find a suitable document for this in the menu item “Cosultancy Service”.

Which data is required?

Request for quotation

  • technical details needed for an effort estimation
  • Variable quote design and billing options

Project Launch

  • required details in relation to the task
  • typical service process
  • Reporting options
  • Possibilities of 3D model data dispatch & free viewer
  • Possibilities for discussion of results and optimisation consulting

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