nTop Live: Computational Design of Performance-Driven Heat Sinks
The power of computational design is that you can use underlying physics equations to drive geometry and hit performance targets. By combining this key benefit with a Field Driven Design approach, you can create truly optimal designs.
In this nTop Live, Gabrielle Thelen, Application Engineer at nTopology, shows you how to set up a fully parametric design workflow to generate performance-driven, power module heat sinks. She uses straight and sinusoidal wave fins to increase surface area while maintaining the desired heat sink’s footprint.
Watch and learn how to:
- Use equation & math blocks to generate designs based on analytical sizing
- Control geometry using Field Driven Design to create optimized heat sinks
- Link variables together to build a truly parametric, performance-driven workflow
Industry: Aerospace, Automotive, Generic
Applications: Heat Exchanger Design, Field-Driven Design, Generative Design
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