ATS Thermal Engineering Webinar Series

Advanced Thermal Solutions Kicks Off 2012 Thermal Engineering Webinar Series

Each webinar will thoroughly cover a different, important aspect of today’s electronics cooling at an engineering level.

Norwood, MA, January 14, 2012 – Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc, kicks off its 2012 monthly thermal engineering webinar series with its first three webinars of the new year, geared to mechanical and electrical engineers seeking to become more effective contributors within their organizations and better problem solvers in the eyes of senior management. The free technical webinars offer practical, detailed training in the increasingly important arena of thermal management and heat transfer. The online tutorials offer objective insights for all engineers, designers and program managers who want to learn more about the theoretical and practical aspects of electronic cooling.

Each of the one hour tutorials will include detailed visuals and real time discussion by an industry thermal management expert. Attendees can submit their questions during and after the presentation.

First Quarter 2012, ATS Webinar Dates, Titles and Descriptions:

January 19, 2012 – “What is The State of the Art in Thermal Management?” Start the New Year with an expert look at what is new, what to avoid and what to use in thermal management. Every year, new electronics cooling and heat transfer technologies enter the marketplace. Some of these will prove to be very effective, but many could turn out to be ineffective or very costly. This free ATS-sponsored webinar will cover the latest cooling options and explain each one’s salient features and benefits.

February 23, 2012 – “Thermal Management of Consumer Electronics” Consumer electronics are now being used in places that were once exclusive to business and military electronics. Products like Apple’s iPhone and iPad are sophisticated technologies with powerful processors housed in small spaces with restricted airflow. As a result, these devices, and others like them, are providing many new benefits, but they also bring higher thermal management needs. Attendees will learn the available cooling options, and important factors such as the importance of spreading resistance in component and system thermal management.

March 29, 2012 – “How to Perform and Understand Temperature Measurement in Electronic Systems” Attendees at this free ATS online tutorial will deepen their understanding of the importance of temperature measurement in electronic systems. They will learn about each of the instruments needed for measuring temperature and interpreting temperature data. The instructors will show the key locations inside electronics systems where thermal testing should be conducted to obtain the most accurate and actionable results.

Each free ATS webinar starts at 2:00 p.m. EST. The webinar topics scheduled for April through December will be released soon. Please visit http://www.qats.com/Training/Webinars/7.aspx to register for any or all of these online events, or call 781-769-2800. Seats for these online tutorials are limited.

Advanced Thermal Solutions provides a wide range of air and liquid cooling solutions and laboratory-quality thermal instrumentation. Their products include: thermVIEW the first commercially available turn-key thermochromic liquid crystal based image processing system, Wind Tunnels, Isothermal Plate Systems, Anemometers, Sensors, and Heat Flux Controllers.

The ATS Thermal Management Products Page is located HERE

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