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Be the first to write a review. Sorry, the book that you are looking for is not available right now. Description Table of Contents Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Industry Reviews The material is presented in a practical way, very suitable for engineers and scientists, helping users at all levels to strengthen their grasp of the subject.

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Our Awards Booktopia's Charities. Illustrative example: Simple thermal network model for a heat sinked power transistor on a circuit board. Illustrative example: A single chip package on a printed circuit board - Fourier series analytical solution. Illustrative example: A single chip package on a printed circuit board - thermal network solution. Illustrative example: A single chip package on a printed circuit board - finite element method solution.

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Illustrative example: A single chip package on a printed circuit board - three solution methods compared. Application example: Interim air velocity calculation for a heat sink in a circuit board channel using the flow bypass method of Lee with the Muzychka and Yovanovich friction factor correlation. Application example: Interfin air velocity calculation for a heat sink in a circuit board channel using the flow bypass method of Lee with the Handbook of Heat Transfer friction factor correlation. Application example: Pin fin problem from Khan et al.

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Classical flat plate forced convection correlation: Uniform heat rate per unit area, laminar flow. Classical flat plate laminar forced convection correlation extended to small Reynolds numbers: Uniform surface temperature.


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Adiabatic heat transfer coefficient and temperature for low-profile components according to Wirtz. Conversion of an isothermal heat transfer coefficient from referenced- to-inlet air to referenced-to-local air.

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Kraus, A. Out of print, but maybe available used, or in libraries. Steinberg, D. Dally, J.

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Kim, S. A reference for articles on air cooling of electronics. Azar, K. A reference for practical details on thermal measurements. Incropera, F. Aung, W.

D and Bar-Cohen, A. Very detailed discussion of heat sink design. Hannemann, R. A good, if dated, resource for introduction to terminology and packaging not cooling issues. Tummala, R. Peterson, G. Ellison, G. Sergent, J.

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General - Heat Transfer. Eckert, E. This reference is useful as a professional resource and also ideal for use in a complete course on the subject of electronics cooling, with its suggested course schedule and other helpful advice for instructors. Selected sections may be used as application examples in a traditional heat transfer course or to help professionals improve practical computational applications. Speil Link.