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Proc. ASME. IMECE2001, Heat Transfer: Volume 7 — Heat Transfer in Electronic Equipment, Student Research, and Visualization Techniques, 75-80, November 11–16, 2001
Paper No: IMECE2001/HTD-24380
... of employing Phoenics code as effective and efficient means gathering the vast amount of data required to adequately quantify heat sink characteristics on the lower scale with the two scale experimental data reduced according to requirements of VAT. For this case is analyzed the basic homogeneous heat transfer...