MapleSim Heat Transfer Library from CYBERNET - Maplesoft

MapleSim Heat Transfer Library from CYBERNET

MapleSim Heat Transfer Library from CYBERNET



The MapleSim Heat Transfer Library from CYBERNET gives you a comprehensive view into the heat transfer effects present in your model, enabling you to refine your design to improve performance and avoid overheating. This component library is useful for any situation where heat generation is a concern, especially when there are moving boundaries between heat generating components, such as motors, batteries, printers, and manufacturing equipment.


  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the heat transfer effects in your model.
  • Easily test out new configurations much more quickly than with other modeling tools.
  • Generate the discretized model using common, built-in geometries and then automatically check the temperature distribution in system-level simulations.
  • Customize the materials and geometry of your design when dealing with more complicated geometries.


Components

The MapleSim Heat Transfer Library from CYBERNET includes a variety of components to cover common situations as well as custom geometries and materials, including:


Typical Use Cases

The MapleSim Heat Transfer Library from CYBERNET is useful for any situation where heat generation is a concern. The highly complex geometries embodied in your CAD model often provide so much information that it becomes impossible to simulate heat transfer during system-level explorations. The MapleSim Heat Transfer Library from CYBERNET allows you to represent your design using simpler, but sufficient, geometries inside a full system-level model, so it becomes feasible to explore the heat transfer effects in your model and improve your design. Here are just some of the situations where you will find this library helpful:

  • You want to experiment with changes to your design, and your FEA or Excel® tool takes too long to run the number of simulations you need to explore your design space.
  • You want to analyze the temperature distribution of your design while still in the conceptual design phase, using system-level simulation.
  • You need to simulate transient thermal behavior, moving boundaries, and the effects of changing heat generation on other components, such as motors and brake discs.