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Accelerate E-NNOVATION Webinar: Electronics thermal management

June 22, 2023

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Accelerate E-NNOVATION Intelligent Use of Power Electronics to Drive the Industry

Design energy efficient power converters, optimized motor drives, cooling strategies and holistic operation strategies faster!

A key enabling component in electrified vehicles and equipment is the power converter. Whether it is used for propulsion or for electric actuation, it drives the energy conversion from the source to the mechanical load. To achieve the goals of more sustainable systems and reduce CO2 emissions, converters need to be highly efficient, compact and reliable.

This webinar series will show you how simulation tools and state of the art modeling techniques enable users to virtually test various topologies and components. By applying the presented tools and methods, reduce development lead times and achieve exceptional power density systems.


Who should attend?

Program and product management teams and designers/engineers involved in the electrification of propulsion or actuation systems with a goal of quickly balancing power density, NVH, thermal, and conducted EMI challenges.


For E-NNOVATION enthusiasts worldwide

You’re not a native English speaker? In addition to English, we will offer live audio translations in GermanItalianSpanish, and French.

To welcome engineers and experts all around the world, we decided to run two webinars a day. Simply choose your preferred time zone when registering!

Session One: 6:30 PM (Mumbai) | 3 PM (Paris) | 9 AM (New York)
Session Two: 1 PM (Los Angeles) | 5 PM (Sao Paolo)



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Power losses link the electrical and thermal domains together. It is relatively straightforward to understand losses from the power electronics components but including these losses in a 3D thermal simulation brings much more information and insight to the feasibility of a design.


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