Thermal Video links for FloEFD and Solidworks Flow Simulation

Karim Segond as Speaker:
Power-Point presentations on request

Importance of Simulation in Engineering Design

Karim Segond
Short Youtube video
He explains in an interview the use of FloEFD for his engineering consultancy.

Cooling calculations of transformers and inductor coils

Power Electronics Cooling Calculation at Room Level
ecorded webinar
Definition of the Room Level. Assessing the working point of a fan. Defining quality criterions to assess the cooling and heating without calculating the conjugated heat transfer.

Streamlines at the bottom of a power closet

Thermal management of Power Electronics chips

Cooling of a Wind Power Station IGBT

Temperatures of IGBT and Diodes for a wind power station
recorded webinar.
The frequency converter and the IGBT chips need cooling, The value of the thermal resistance of the Thermal Interface Materials influences the results. Set-up a transient case for low frequencies.

Parametric Study of an IGBT Cold Plate Geometry in a Thermal Simulation
Parameter Variation of the Cooling Pins for a IGBT Modul

recorded during the Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum 2014 in Munich. The heat sink consists of a water-cooled plate made of aluminum. A parameter variation analysis of the water cooling was carried out with FloEFD for Catia in order to find out the best geometry parameters such as size, number and height of the cooling fins.

Thermal and flow calculations for electric motors

Winding Parameter Variations for the Cooling of an Electrical Motor

Solid surface temperatures of a motor cooled with a water mantel

recorded during the Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum 2014 in Munich. Different winding configurations of the motor. Bar windings are simulated with their copper and insulation layers whereas the composite wire winding is simulated by assuming equivalent thermal conductivities.

Cooling of Electrical Machines

Solid surface temperatures of an electric motor
recorded webinar. How to conduct thermal analysis starting from a CAD model; how to input the electrical losses in a FloEFD model.

CFD Design of a shaft mounted radial fan for the cooling of an electrical motor

recorded for the "Realize live Europe 2022" conference in Berlin. The examined 120 kW asynchronous motor has a completely closed cooling system. The fan is mounted on the shaft, it uses the rotation of the shaft and therefore does not need an external motor. To design the fan, it is important to fully model the fan with its blades and rotation. We will show the different methods for simulating rotation in Simcenter FloEFD. When the design of the fan is complete, a fan curve (volume flow versus pressure) can be drawn by varying the motor's flow resistance. For the detailed flow design of the machine, it is sufficient to simulate the fan with its curve.