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There are compulsory modeling and meshing prerequisites for running a Microchip Encapsulation analysis.
- You must model the wire or leadframe in the same planar (x,y) coordinate system as the chip cavity. However, the z-coordinate value can be arbitrary.
- The z-coordinate should be normal to the cavity.
- The wires and leadframe can be included in the same model.
In addition, consult the following:
Modeling the wire for microchip encapsulation analysis_TASK_549
Modeling for wire sweep detail analysis (3D) _CONCEPT_550
Modeling the paddle for Microchip Encapsulation analysis_TASK_551
Modeling for cross-flow analysis for microchip encapsulation_CONCEPT_547
The illustration below shows an example of a model which has been prepared for Microchip Encapsulation analysis. The illustration shows the pot (a), runner, wire (b), chip cavity (c), and leadframe (d). On the left is a top view. On the right is an angled view.