The thermal simulation, which is also called thermo- or thermodynamic analysis or thermal simulation, maps the thermal conditions (heating, cooling etc.) in your construction. Accordingly it is a powerful tool that allows a complete calculation of the temperature distribution around or in the component and, in fact, can also model the associated boundary conditions. In addition, it can be used to answer structural-mechanical questions in connection with an FEM calculation (thermomechanical FE-calculations), as well as in connection with a Flow simulation as conjugate-heat-transfer simulation, for example for the investigation of heat release to the environment. Learn more about the methodology and how we reduce your manufacturing costs through targeted thermal analyses, as well as safeguard the function and quality of your products.
- Static thermal simulation (heat distribution at constant temperatures)
- Thermal transient simulation (heat distribution with temperature change over time)
- Thermoelectric simulation (heat development during current flow)
- Thermomechanical simulation (mechanical effects on components due to temperature effects)
- Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT- simulation for the mapping of heat transfer from solids into an adjacent flow medium)
Results and benefits of thermal simulation
- Temperature distribution by radiation
- Thermal conductivity
- Heat distribution by current flow
- Display of cooling problems
- Thermal contacts
- hot spots
Our focus as a calculation service provider For thermal calculations
- Thermal contacts
- Heating and cooling processes
- Heat radiation
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