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Thermal Management of Microelectronic Equipment, Second Edition

By
L.-T. Yeh
L.-T. Yeh
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ISBN:
9780791861097
No. of Pages:
522
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2016

Convection is a heat transport process in a fluid involving the combined action of heat conduction and energy storage when the fluid is undergoing a mixing motion. Since convection heat transfer is closely related to fluid motion, prior knowledge of the flow field is prerequisite before the mechanism of heat transfer in the fluid can be investigated. Generally, the motion of a fluid, either a gas or a liquid, can be divided into two basic flow conditions, namely, laminar and turbulent.

3.1
Flow and Temperature Fields
3.2
Heat Transfer Coefficient
3.3
Parameter Effects on Heat Transfer
3.4
Pressure Drop and Friction Factor
3.5
Thermal Properties of Fluids
3.6
Correlations for Heat Transfer and Friction
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