Ever-increasing power density drives the need for high-quality and cost-effective thermal management resource. Electronic Cooling Solutions is that resource. We use state-of-the-art simulation and measurement tools and employ design and analysis methodologies that can be scaled to address emerging thermal challenges. This leads to a better thermal design. Electronic Cooling Solutions, Inc. is committed to providing thermal management expertise to the electronics industry. We strive to provide our customers with complete solutions, tailored to meet their technical requirements, so that their business goals will be achieved in a timely and cost-effective manner.




Ramdev Kanapady recently joined the ECS team. His addition enables our team to offer expert FEA services. Ramdev brings to the table technical leadership as well as strong analytical and problem-solving skills. He has over 25 years of simulation experience in areas structural mechanics. This includes over 10 years of consulting experience in stress analysis, shock and vibration analysis, durability analysis and modeling multi-physics systems.

Dr. Kanapady has applied his skills to a wide variety of consumer and industrial products in order to provide the practical solutions required by employers and clients. He has worked on consumer products such as cell phone/tablet chargers, and indoor/outdoor smart security cameras. He also worked on commercial products such as a drone quadcopter, an automotive alcohol sensor systems, medical surgical equipment, motorcycles and powered scooters. Industrial products include Army vehicles and its parts, magnetic electronic components such as inductors and transformers, circuit protection such as circuit breakers and electrical fuses. Other work has been with energy storage products such as supercapacitors, battery packs, and UPS. Other products include surgical RFID, power converters, power supplies, electrical generators, microprocessors and rack systems.


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