Thermal Management Webinar

Using Phase Change Materials (PCMs) for Thermal Management in Electronics/Telecom Applications – DATE: September 16, 2009

Greenwood Village CO, USA — Earlier this summer, Thermal News provided an introductory webinar about Phase Change Materials (PCMs), and now the concept will be covered with more focus on electronics and telecommunication applications and PCMs, their costs and characteristics.

“Thermal Management Using Phase Change Materials for Electronics/Telecom Applications” will provide an understanding of the issues involved in the thermal management of electronics/telecom systems and components using PCMs.

Learn the principles (briefly), design issues, the tools available to the design engineer. The webinar will provide an overview of thermal problems/applications using PCMs along with a brief overview of fundamentals and theory: heat transfer, fluid mechanics, and thermal systems.

The webinar will also cover what PCMs are, their costs, PCM types; and their classification along with PCM thermal, chemical and mechanical characteristics and PCM thermal design issues for electronics/telecom applications. This webinar will be specialized on the electronics/telecom systems, with an emphasis on outdoor applications.

Information in this course will be targeted toward:

. Electronics and electronics components
. Telecommunications
. Consumer
. Aerospace/Automotive/Industrial
. Thermal Management
. Medical and Biotechnology

. Engineer
. Senior Engineer
. Director of Engineering
. Director of R&D
. R&D Engineer
. Engineering Technician
. Lab Technician

A recorded version of the introductory webinar, “Introduction to Thermal Management Using Phase Change Materials,” is available for $99.

Access to the recording and a PDF copy of the slides will be included. Click here to purchase.

To learn more & to register today, visit

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Greenwood Village, CO, 80111 USA

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