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Next Webinar: Thursday, July 18 @ 2pm ET

ATS Webinar

Don’t miss the next ATS webinar, “Using Thermal Interface Materials to Improve Heat Sink Thermal Performance”.

This is a free, pre-recorded webinar that will be held at 2pm ET on Thursday July 18th. Attendees will gain a much better understanding on what thermal interface materials are, how they function and how to best use them. The pros and cons of various thermal interface materials is also discussed. This class is from the perspective of the engineer who uses the material not one of the thermal interface material suppliers themselves.

There is no fee to attend, but virtual seating is limited so Register Now

Next Webinar “Natural Convection Cooling: Optimizing Heat Sink Fin Spacing and More for Heat Transfer”

The better educated you are about implications of heat in electronics, the better prepared you are when heat problems inevitably occur and the more valuable you will be perceived at your company. Advanced Thermal Solutions breaks down the often complex field of thermal management into individual, key topics that are more easily understood and mastered. Our next webinar, Natural Convection Cooling: Optimizing Heat Sink Fin Spacing and More for Heat Transfer, is on Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 2pm EST.

Most high-powered electronic devices are cooled by forced convection airflow, but occasionally there is a need for natural convection cooling. Determining factors, which include cost, noise, vibration and reliability, can cause the need to eliminate the use of a fan or blower particularly in consumer electronics and outdoor enclosures. Attendees will learn more about how to implement natural convection cooling, how to optimize for fin spacing and other important design elements for a successful thermal management solution.

Register Now for the free webinar “Natural Convection Cooling: Optimizing Heat Sink Fin Spacing and More for Heat Transfer” on Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 2pm EST.

In the meantime, check out the article on “Natural Convection in Vertical Channels” from Qpedia to see how techniques for optimizing heat transfer in natural convection situations.

 

Q4 Webinars Now Open for Registration

ATS, Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. just announced the final three webinars that will be presented as part of the 2012 webinar series. These free technical presentations, tought by leading experts in the industry, provide engineering-level training in key areas of thermal management in electronics cooling.

The following list provides the webinar topics, dates, and registration info:

LED Thermal Management in Commercial and Consumer Lighting Applications
Why does thermal management matter? Excess heat directly affects both short-term and long-term LED performance. The short-term effects are color shift and reduced light output while the long-term effect is accelerated lumen depreciation and thus shortened useful life. Participants will learn how to diagnose and solve thermal issues in consumer and commercial LED applications.

Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. (EST)

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Natural Convection Cooling: Optimizing Heat Sink Fin Spacing and More for Heat Transfer

Most high-powered electronic devices are cooled by forced convection airflow, but occasionally there is a need for natural convection cooling. Determining factors, which include cost, noise, vibration and reliability, can cause the need to eliminate the use of a fan or blower, particularly in consumer electronics and outdoor enclosures. Attendees will learn more about how to implement natural convection cooling, how to optimize for fin spacing and other important design elements for a successful thermal management solution.

Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. (EST)

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Heat Pipes and Vapor Chambers in Heat Transfer
As electronics become faster and more powerful, thermal solutions must evolve to deal with the increasing heat loads. Simply increasing the size of a heat sink, or adding a fan, was once enough to provide the required increased performance. Liquid cooling through the use of heat pipes, vapor chambers and microchannels can be excellent solutions in these high heat applications. Attendees will learn how to deploy heat pipes and vapor chambers in thermal management, including the use of microchannels.

Thursday, December 13, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. (EST)

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To learn more about ATS Webinar and Training events, visit: http://www.qats.com/Training