FloTHERM.

Perform thermal analysis, create virtual models, and test design modifications of electronic equipment before physical prototyping

FloTHERM uses advanced CFD techniques to predict airflow, temperature, and heat transfer in components, boards, and complete systems, including racks and data centers. It’s also the industry’s best solution for integration with MCAD and EDA software.

FloTHERM is the undisputed world leader for electronics thermal analysis, with a 98 percent user recommendation rating. It supports more users, application examples, libraries and published technical papers than any competing product.

Accelerated Thermal Design Workflow

FloTHERM integrates with popular MCAD and EDA tools. Its XML import capability simplifies building and solving models, post-processing results automatically. FloTHERM’s automatic sequential optimization and DoE capabilities reduces the time it takes to reach optimized design, allowing it to be deeply embedded in the design flow.

FloTHERM lets engineers focus on design, delivering the most accurate results possible within engineering timescales. Its SmartParts and structured-Cartesian method offers the fastest solution time per grid cell. The FloTHERM “localized-grid” technique supports integrally matched, nested, non-conformal grid interfaces between different parts of the solution domain.

Features

Intelligent Thermal Models

Models ranging in scale from single ICs on a PCB to full racks of electronics can be quickly assembled from a complete set of SmartParts (intelligent model creation macros) that are supplied with FloTHERM.

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MCAD and EDA Integration

Using the FloMCAD Bridge module, engineers can import native data from Creo, SolidWorks, CATIA and other MCAD and EDA software into FloTHERM.

Robust Structured Cartesian Mesher

The FloTHERM grid is based on a structured-Cartesian method, the most stable and numerically efficient type of grid available.

Automatic Optimization

SmartPart-based modeling and a structured Cartesian grid enable “automatic sequential optimization,” unique to FloTHERM.

Finely-tuned Solver

The FloTHERM solver has specifically addressed electronics cooling applications for more than 27 years, delivering the most accurate results possible, and the fastest solution time per grid cell.

Powerful Visualization Tools

The FloTHERM visualization toolset maximizes productivity when sharing the results of your design and analysis of electronics cooling projects.

See how FloTHERM can help you

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