Exchanging heat is critical in many industrial areas. From consumer goods such as laptops to industrial drives or e-mobility, heat exchangers play a major role in technical equipment. Their performance is closely correlated to complex structures that maximise the surface area where heat can be transferred from one medium such as water to another medium such as air.
Additive manufacturing allows hugely complex structures which deliver filigree structures at maximum surface area while being cost neutral with regards to the before mentioned complexity. This makes additive an ideal partner in this field of applications.
In this webinar we look at design, simulation and materials that drive technology in this field. A key focus will be on heat exchanges made from polymers.
November, Friday 10th 0900 CET