1 edition of Cooling of Electronic Systems found in the catalog.
Electronic technology is developing rapidly and, with it, the problems associated with the cooling of microelectronic equipment are becoming increasingly complex. So much so that it is necessary for experts in the fluid and thermal sciences to become involved with the cooling problem. Such thoughts as these led to an approach to leading specialists with a request to contribute to the present book.
Cooling of Electronic Systems presents the technical progress achieved in the fundamentals of the thermal management of electronic systems and thermal strategies for the design of microelectronic equipment. The book starts with an introduction to the cooling of electronic systems, involving such topics as trends in computer system cooling, the cooling of high performance computers, thermal design of microelectronic components, natural and forced convection cooling, cooling by impinging air and liquid jets, thermal control systems for high speed computers, together with a detailed review of advances in manufacturing and assembly technology. Following this, practical methods for the determination of the parameters required for the thermal analysis of electronic systems and the accurate prediction of temperature in consumer electronics.
Cooling of Electronic Systems is currently the most up-to-date book on the thermal management of electronic and microelectronic equipment, and the subject is presented by eminent scientists and experts in the field. Vital reading for all designers of modern, high-speed computers.
|Other titles||Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Çesme/Izmir, Turkey, June 21--July 2, 1993|
|Statement||edited by S. Kakaç, H. Yüncü, K. Hijikata|
|Series||NATO ASI Series, Series E: Applied Sciences, 0168-132X -- 258, NATO ASI series -- 258.|
|Contributions||Yüncü, H., Hijikata, K.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (976 pages 6 illustrations).|
|Number of Pages||976|
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