From Measurements to Standardized Multi-Domain Compact Models of Light Emitting Diodes (LED)

Co-authored by: Genevieve Martin*, Andras Poppe, Sangye Lungten, Veli Heikkinen, Joan Yu, Marta Rencz, Robin Bornoff *Corresponding Author Introduction The rise of LED technology is changing the ecosystem of the lighting industry. Delphi4LED [1] is a European Union consortium that […]

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Simulation Driven Design Optimization for Reduction of Temperature on a High Current Density PCB

Co-authored by: Nitesh Kumar Sardana, Susyamala Pavan Kumar Busam, Dr. Laxmidhar Biswal Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solution Pvt. Ltd. Abstract The market demand for lightweight and cost effective electronic products with multi-functional operations leads to the introduction of plastic […]

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How Vapor-Compression Cooling Works

Vapor-compression cooling can be found in virtually any home, such as in air conditioners that remove heat from our homes and in refrigerators that store our food. The history of vapor-compression goes back to 1805 where Oliver Evans, an American […]

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Advanced Cooling for Power Electronics

Power electronics devices such as MOSFET’s, GTO’s, IGBT’s, IGCT’s etc. are now widely used to efficiently deliver electrical power in home electronics, industrial drives, telecommunication, transport, electric grid and numerous other applications. This paper discusses cooling technologies that have evolved […]

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New Line of Dielectric Coolants Launched

Engineered Fluids announces the commercial release of its CoolFluids line of high performance dielectric cooling fluids. Designed specifically for single phase, direct immersion cooling of electrical devices, CoolFluids are biodegradable, non-toxic, synthetic dielectric coolants with more than 1800x the cooling […]

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New Line of Dielectric Coolants Launched

Engineered Fluids announces the commercial release of its CoolFluids line of high performance dielectric cooling fluids. Designed specifically for single phase, direct immersion cooling of electrical devices, CoolFluids are biodegradable, non-toxic, synthetic dielectric coolants with more than 1800x the cooling […]

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Simulation Driven Design Optimization for Reduction of Temperature on a High Current Density PCB

The market demand for lightweight and cost effective electronic products with multi-functional operations leads to the introduction of plastic housing and high current density on board. In general, automotive electronic products operate in harsh environment. With high current demand, Joule […]

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