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  • Cooling High-Density Open-Fram DC/DC Converters
    manufacturer rely on a forced-air cooling of the individual power components within the system. Improved component characteristics and new manufacturing techniques such as lower RON MOSFETs and multilayer PCBs made it possible to design more efficient converters and allowed manufacturers to achieve higher
  • Waste Heat Generates Steam and Savings
    to recover exhaust waste heat from a natural gas fired regenerative thermal oxidizer and produce 25 psig steam. The boilers use X-ID tubing for enhanced heat transfer through the helical ribs on the inside of the tubes. The Waste Heat Boiler package is a skid-mounted unit, forced circulation, fire
  • Lubrication of Gears (.pdf)
    contact but also greatly influence backlash. 1. Grease lubrication. A positive center distance er or causes increased backlash. A negative 2. Splash lubrication (oil bath method). error will decrease backlash and may result in a tight mesh, or even make 3. Forced oil circulation lubrication
  • A Method to Determine How Much Power a SOT23 Can Dissipate in an Application
    dissipation capability of the small SMT. ples are provided. package. For natural convection, air currents are set up. by the rising of heated air and the falling of cooling air. THE BASICS OF HEAT TRANSFER. This sets up air circulation that facilitates the removal of. heat. In a forced air environment (air
  • Recommendations for Soldering Terminal Leads to MOV Varistor Discs (.pdf)
    , difficult to remove, and can lead to. agitation, followed by a solvent vapor wash,. using fixtures. Box ovens should have forced. varistor failure.They must not be used to. is a very effective cleaning process. After. air circulation with sufficient ventilation to. flux varistor discs. cleaning
  • BGA Socket with Heatsink for High Power Devices
    region. Heat radiation is due to the property of matter to emit and absorb different kinds of electro-magnetic radiation. Heat Sink Function. A common heat sink system consists of a finned metal part forced down onto the IC and pulling the heat from the IC through conduction and radiating the energy
  • Heat Transfer Fundamentals & Thermodynamic Properties
    is then. work product. vaporization, 965 Btu/lb. Water can transfer. heated, repeating the cycle. This circulation. large amounts of heat energy in the form of. pattern distributes the heat energy throughout. Thermodynamic Properties. condensing steam. the media. Forced convection uses the same. All
  • Plastic Capacitors, Inc. - Pulse Forming Networks
    , if pertinent. 10. Vibration and shock requirements. 11. Altitude of operation. If pressurized, so state. 12. Forced or natural air circulation. 13. Number of terminals required. 14. Limiting dimensions. 15. Mounting brackets required. 16. Other environmental requirements. 17. Other mechanical
  • Fundamentals of Heat Transfer
    differences resulting from the temperature differences in the fluid." 10 An example of free convection is the loss of heat into ambient air via the fins of a heat exchanger. If a fan is used to circulate the air over the heat exchanger fins, this becomes an example of forced convection. Radiation
  • Methodical Socket Selection Speeds up Time-to-Market for IC Development Projects
    socket involves material selection, design, analysis, optimization and verification of a cooling system for the purpose of producing reliable socket for testing high power devices. A common heat sink system consists of a finned metal part forced down onto the IC and pulling the heat from the IC through

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