hadiabatic and umax′

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Robert J. Moffat

Stanford University, Stanford, CA (Emeritus)

J. Electron. Packag 126(4), 501-509 (Jan 24, 2005) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1827265 History: Received May 10, 2004; Revised October 05, 2004; Online January 24, 2005
Copyright © 2004 by ASME
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Arrangement of a typical single-active-element test for measuring the heat transfer coefficient. From Ref. 2.
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When the upstream components are also heated, the air is hotter near the considered wall. From Ref. 2.
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Smoke wire visualization of the flow over and around an array of elements. From Ref. 5.
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Both hmean and hadiabatic are invariant with power level when the power is uniform. From Ref. 2.
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The value of hmean on the considered component goes down sharply when the power applied to that component goes down with the rest of the array held at uniform power. From Ref. 2.
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Energy balance terms for active components. From Ref. 4.
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Approximate stratification factors for flat-pack components downwind of a single heated row. Data from Ref. 6.
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Results calculated from Eq. 20
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Stanton number versus Reynolds number with turbulence intensity up to 55%. From Ref. 11.
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Values of h from Fig. 9 plotted against the value of u′ in the free-stream. From Ref. 12.
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The fluctuation Stanton number, St′ , becomes constant above turbulence intensity, Tu, of 15%. Data collected from 6 sources. From Ref. 12.
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Electronics cooling data from several sources are well correlated as a function of the estimated maximum sustainable turbulence. From Ref. 9.
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Different turbulence closures yield significantly different distributions of h. From Ref. 17.




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