Ansys Icepak Overview

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MKT000000000 ANSYS, Inc. 866.267.9724 © 2018 ANSYS, Inc. All Rights Reserved. ANSYS Icepak Capabilities ANSYS Workbench Electronics Desktop User Interface User Interface Easy-to-Use Slider Bar Meshing • Mechanical and Electrical Cad-Centric • User-friendly Ribbons and Tabs Interface • Automated MCAD Healing and Simplification • IronPython and VBS Scripting with Recording • Integrated Dynamic Links for Electro-thermal Interaction • User Experience Comparable to ANSYS HFSS, ANSYS Maxwell, ANSYS SIwave and • ANSYS Q3D Extractor Integrated Material Library for Electrical, • Thermal and Mechanical Properties ECAD Metal Fraction Analysis • • Thermal-Mechanical Coupling • • * AC and DC Electro-Thermal Coupling • • Solver with Four Cores • • HPC, Cloud and Scheduler Support • • Parametric Variations and DoE • • Support for "What-if" Analyses Transient Thermal Analyses for Conduction, Convection • • * and Radiation HT Commercial Library for Fans, Heatsinks, Blowers*, • • * TECs* and Thermostats* Steady-state Thermal Analyses for Conduction, • • Convection and Radiation HT *Denotes planned future capability. The ANSYS Electronics Desktop complements Icepak with its intuitive, streamlined interface that lowers the learning curve for product simulation success. Additionally, existing ANSYS customers can build upon their existing electromagnetic solutions by adding an Icepak solver-only license to HFSS, Maxwell, Q3D Extractor or SIwave for a complete electro-thermal design flow. Electro-thermal results from Maxwell 3D and Icepak within the Electronics Desktop user interface. The eddy current losses solved by Maxwell 3D are automatically pushed into the Icepak steady-state thermal solver, to account for nonlinear electromagnetic thermal losses.

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