Thermal Management Of Electronic Devices Electrolube [Webinar]

Thermal Management Of Electronic Devices
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In this comprehensive thermal management of electronic devices webinar from Electrolube, Global Technical Support Manager Jade Bridges examines a wealth of material including the basics of thermal conductivity measurement, TIM options, application methods, silicones versus non-silicones, gap fillers and phase change materials.

Some real life case studies examining problems and solutions are included in the webinar.

Thermal Management Of Electronic Devices Electrolube [Webinar]

Key takeaways:

  1. Understand the importance of thermal management
  2. Learn how to assess the options available and make a considered choice (for example, silicone, non-silicone, greases, thermal gap pads, phase change materials, thermally conductive putty and gap fillers)
  3. Gain a clear understanding of bond line thickness
  4. The importance of application methods
  5. Examining problem, application and solution via the medium of case studies.

 

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