I had a few questions about SolidWorks' capacity for simulating the heating of enclosed electronics. Specifically, the electronics of a CPU.
Let me tell you about our application: We want to simulate a high-performing computer, each of its electrical components generating heat inside of a plastic enclosure. Our objective is to use a cooling system for the computer that we are designing. But we are not sure if we should use which of the following methods: submerge the CPU in mineral oil, implement a water cooling system, or add fans and ventilation system in strategic locations. Is there a way to simulate this sort of thing on SolidWorks in a fashion that would answer this question for us?