Power Electronics

Electronic Thermal Design and Analysis Seminar

Sensor Products Inc. presents a special "Electronic Thermal Design and Analysis Seminar" to be held on January 15-16, 2004, at the Amerisuites Hotel (Medford) in Boston.

This seminar was developed to educate engineers and technicians about all conventional and cutting-edge aspects of thermal management design and analysis for electronic systems. In addition to important cooling topics such as heat transfer principles, this course covers the physics of heat sinks and heat transfer, power trends, environmental stress testing, fan placement and design, heat pipe strategies, and temperature and air velocity measurement techniques. Attendees will also delve into such fundamental topics as predicting and classifying thermal failures, and the influence of environmental temperature. Finally, discussion of a new proprietary analytical tool used to effectively determine optimal cooling solutions for your application is included.

Anyone working with electronics, PCB or power supply development, as well as system design and architecture for portable devices will gain valuable insight from this unique course. More than 2,500 students have attended this seminar.

For more information, visit www.sensorprod.com/heatsink.

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