Analysis of a Low Voltage control panel using ANSYS Icepak

A comprehensive course on Low Voltage Control Panel Analysis using ANSYS ICEPAK. This course is highly suited for beginners

  • Duration : 1 Month
  • Domain : MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING, THERMAL ENGINEERING
  • Benefits : A comprehensive course on Low Voltage Control Panel Analysis using ANSYS ICEPAK. This course is highly suited for beginners
  • Price : 30000
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What will you do in this project?

In this project, you will do the following in this project,

  • Model the low voltage control panel components asper the dimensions provided.
  • Setup the Joule's heating power for busbars and cables as per the configurations provided.
  • Run the simulation in parallel with settings and parameters related to Natural convection analysis.
  • Visualize the results and Verify the temperature rise in the panel.

  • Modelling the Low voltage control panel using ANSYS Icepak
  • Setting up the Constant and Joule's heating power for Circuit breakers, busbars and cables asper the configuration
  • Run the simulation with the settings and parameters required for a Natural convection analysis.
  • Post-process the results and Verify the temperature rise in the system.

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Project Highlights

The project is an advanced level project
  • This project is great for undergraduate students (3rd & 4th year), M.Tech or MS students
  • If you are a working professional, this project will be helpful to learn Thermal management in Electronic systems
Pre-requisites
  • Must be comfortable with ANSYS Icepak
  • Need basic background in CFD
Work with Multiple Tools
  • You will learn ANSYS Icepak
  • You will learn how to setup a thermal analysis on electrical systems accounting power losses in transmission
  • You will learn how to post process the results and analyse the hot zones for improving performance

Analysis of a Low voltage control panel

In this project, We will be modelling a Low voltage control panel with circuit breakers, busbars, power cables, etc in ANSYS Icepak and will be analysing the flow pattern in the cabinet and temperature rise in the system by accounting the power loss in the transmission by incorporating Joule's heating effect on the conducting components. Also you will be understanding the some of the important design considerations to be made for a natural convection analysis.

  • You will learn how to model a Low voltage control panel using ANSYS Icepak
  • You will learn the important design considerations and setup configurations to be made for a Natural convection analysis
  • You will learn to analyse the hot zones in the system for improving the performance of the system

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