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Modelling of Capacitive and Resistive Devices

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This webinar will explore the design benefits of a multiphysics approach to modelling this behaviour within capacitive and resistive devices including resistors, capacitors, insulation layers, electrostatic actuators, and resistive and capacitive sensors.

Date and Time

02 April 2014 - 14:00-15:00

Location

Online event.

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Contact The IET for more information.


About this event

Designing modern electronic devices requires a thorough understanding of the behaviour of electric fields, current and charge in dielectrics and conductive media. For instance electronic devices are generally susceptible to heating due to resistive and dielectric losses.

This webinar will explore the design benefits of a multiphysics approach to modelling this behaviour within capacitive and resistive devices including resistors, capacitors, insulation layers, electrostatic actuators, and resistive and capacitive sensors.

Get best practices tips for modelling common multiphysics effects such as cooling air flow, thermal expansion, and Joule heating, in addition to the electromechanical couplings often observed in sensors and actuators.

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This webinar can contribute towards one hour’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET’s CPD monitoring scheme.

Hosted by the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) in association with COMSOL.

Registration information

Register for free today, then tune in on the 2 April 2014 from your desktop or mobile device and learn how you can bring your products to market efficiently and effectively using multiphysics simulation.



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