July 4, 2022 at 7:00 amWatch & LearnParticipant
This 2-part series of ANSYS How To videos will present an overview of Post-processing Enhancements in ANSYS Icepak version 15. ANSYS Icepak software provides robust and powerful computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for electronics thermal management. Based on the ANSYS Fluent solver, ANSYS Icepak combines advanced solver technology with robust meshing options designed to provide fast and accurate thermal results for electronics cooling applications. Part 1 of 2. For more information, please visit ansys.com.
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