The increasing demands for energy efficiency and compact design create significant challenges for effective thermal performance in a range of industries.
Failing to provide sufficient heat dissipation and/or cooling in an electronic device such as a LED module, power converters or any other higher power or well-integrated electronic assembly may lead to temporary or even permanent breakdown of the unit. This is due to the occurrence of extremely high temperatures in different parts as well as differences in expansion rate creating stress. Therefore it is very important that a high priority to thermal engineering is given in early the design process of electrical devices.
Accurate virtual prototyping and CFD modeling using to analyze the heat transfer mechanisms (conductance, convection, and radiation) in a system will lead to cost-effective and optimum designs before any investment in sampling and prototyping is done.
At DK our thermal and flow engineers combine experience and physical insight with powerful computational tools and manufacturing insight in order to help our clients meet these challenges.