Sinda is the thermal Simulation & Analysis Platform that has been extensively used across multiple industries including Aerospace, Automotive, and Electronics.
Sinda uses a conductor-capacitor network representation process for thermal analysis that provides numerous benefits solving any thermal problems.
Sinda runs on a powerful thermal programming language, enabling engineers to construct complex thermal scenarios that would otherwise be difficult or impossible with other analyzers.
Sinda is flexible platform and can be extended to work with may integrated thermal modeling tools.
Sinda Thermal Analyzer Advantages
Sinda includes a number of advantages, compared to FE based thermal analyzers, which allow engineer to:
Simulate fatigue behavior arising from static, dynamic and thermal events.
Use fast radiation methods with multiple radiation enclosures.
Add subroutines to model logic and boundary conditions for complex thermal problems.
Model terrestrial heating for solar loads on Airplanes, Automobiles, Solar Power Plants, Civilian Structures, and more.
Utilize micro functions for complex loads without the addition of programming logic.
Include complex special/time/temperature variation of heat fluxes and convections.
Add advanced thermal features including ablation for thermal electric devices and heat pipes.
Select from a wide number of available thermal loads.