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Hot Air Rises and Heat Sinks: Everything You Know about Cooling Electronics Is Wrong

By
Tony Kordyban
Tony Kordyban
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ISBN-10:
0791800741
No. of Pages:
236
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
1998

When you get a fever, the nurse doesn't have you put some ice under your tongue and then take your temperature again. Herbie wants to put a heat sink only on the components that have been measured as being too hot. Lesson: A complex assembly may have more than a single operating temperature limit, and the limit may change under different environmental conditions.

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