July 4, 2022 at 7:00 amWatch & LearnParticipant
This video verifies the accuracy of the translation by comparing the layer stackup information between Zuken CR 8000 Design Force and ANSYS SIwave. The video also shows how to transfer mechanical data of the printed circuit board to SIwave. SIwave can import Zuken’s Intermediate Data Format, known as IDF, for exchanging data between ECAD and MCAD groups. You need the Intermediate Data Format to perform electro-thermal and mechanical simulations of ECAD designs. After the intermediate data format is imported into ANSYS SIwave, the video shows how to assign heat sinks, define the direction of the heat sink’s fins and set their thickness and spacing. ANSYS SIwave is a specialized design platform for power integrity, signal integrity and EMI analysis of electronic packages and PCBs. Note: The export and import features shown in the drop down menu within Design Force CR-8000 can be purchased from Zuken , Inc.
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