By Madhusudan Iyengar, Karl J L Geisler, Bahgat G Sammakia
To have fun Professor Avi Bar-Cohens sixty fifth birthday, this particular quantity is a suite of contemporary advances and rising study from a number of luminaries and specialists within the box. state of the art applied sciences and learn relating to thermal administration and thermal packaging of micro- and nanoelectronics are lined, together with stronger warmth move, warmth sinks, liquid cooling, part swap fabrics, man made jets, computational warmth move, electronics reliability, 3D packaging, thermoelectrics, facts facilities, and sturdy nation lighting.
This ebook can be utilized through researchers and practitioners of thermal engineering to realize perception into subsequent iteration thermal packaging suggestions. it really is a very good reference textual content for graduate-level classes in warmth move and electronics packaging.
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Nowadays the problems of increased chip power density, leakage power and system temperature have become major obstacles for further improvement in chip performance. 2 For instance, excessive temperature reduces the electron and hole mobilities which leads to increase in circuit propagation delay;3,4 thermal variations and hotspots on chip cause reliability problems such as circuit mismatch and reduced chip lifetime (due to the cumulative damage caused by excessive temperature);5–7 higher temperature increases the leakage power which in-turn further increases the temperature.
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