Thermal Optimization for Energy Efficiency

On Demand Available until November 15, 2017

Nearly everything has an optimal operating temperature and thermal condition. Millions of dollars each year are spent generating and transporting thermal energy to achieve thermal goals. Thermal optimization not only improves the economy of transporting energy, maintaining building temperatures, manufacturing processes and products, it improves their efficiency as well. Engineers use simulation to reveal detailed pictures of thermal processes, providing a deep understanding of all aspects of thermal management. 

Join our experts for this Webinar to learn how you can capture thermal processes in powerful simulations, seamlessly identify multiphysics interactions that impact performance, and quickly achieve thermal optimization using integrated design optimization tools.


Xiao Hu
Principal Engineer

Xiao has spent a combined 16 years of his career at ANSYS, Inc. and FLUENT corporation working with customers in the modeling and simulation. Xiao spent his earlier years with FLUENT working on powertrain CFD applications. More recently, he has been focusing on HEV/EV applications including battery thermal management, battery electrochemistry modeling, and electric machine CH analysis. Xiao is currently a principal engineer at ANSYS, and Xiao has a Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University.

Richard Mitchell
Lead Product Marketing Manager, Structures

Richard Mitchell is the Lead Product Marketing Manager for Structures. He joined ANSYS in 2006 working in pre-sales and support roles. Before this Richard was an ANSYS user working for a high tech company in the UK. He worked as an analyst on space and vacuum tube technologies.

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