High performance IGBT cooling

“Bringing your thermal design to the next level with Generative Design“
May 20, 2021
High performance IGBT cooling
Ing. Gert-Jan Paulus
45 min

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Ing. Gert-Jan Paulus, AI Design Engineer at Diabatix, will enlighten you on the benefits of using Generative Design to design heatsinks for power electronics and how it can push your thermal design to the next level. By demonstrating how to generate a CNC-milled heatsink, designed for optimal thermal performance, you will get insights into the benefits of implementing the Diabatix platform in your workflow.

Topics that we'll cover

  • Getting started with the Diabatix platform
  • Case study: Generating an IGBT heatsink, optimized for thermal performance with Generative Design
  • Live Q&A

Who should attend

  • Thermal engineers / Thermal architects
  • Engineers working on Power Electronics
  • Team leaders & managers who are looking for optimized thermal efficiency
  • Innovators that want to meet the newest state-of-the-art technology

An overview of our features

Native CAD file export
Easily incorporate your optimized design into your existing workflow.
Input multiple constraints
Push the limits of your design optimization with multiple constraints.
Cloud based platform
Run physics-based simulation workflows in the cloud to get timely results.
Accurate meshing
Our software utilizes highly refined meshing for accurate results.
Extensive material library
Possess an extensive library of heat sink materials, with each altering the design outcome.
Gradient based algorithms
Our software is powered by gradient based algorithms, resulting in optimal design outcomes.
Artificial intelligence
Coupled with supercomputing power, AI enables design optimization speed.
Optimize for multiple goals
Optimize for low pressure drop in tandem with low temperature, among many others.
Extensive manufacturing library
Optimize for different manufacturing techniques, including subtractive ones.