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Scott Deuty

Semiconductor Thermals and Junction Temperature

Scott Deuty
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6/27/2017 10:24:28 AM
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Re: Physics? Yuck!
70 bucks worth of Pelitier modules lay on my desk fryed beyond use.  So much for data sheet specs giving the correct story.

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5/14/2017 10:02:22 AM
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 amazing resource of information

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Victor Lorenzo
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4/15/2017 1:10:22 PM
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Physics? Yuck!
"Physics? Yuck!", well I know this "yuck! yuck!"'s pile is a yuck! :O.

I disliked chemistry up to the same entent as I disliked Spanish lessons while I was a teenager, and beyond. But there arrived the time when I became a university professor, with its associated extensive use of the Spanish language, and also the time when I collaborated in a project for measuring electrochemical noise for estimating corrosion velocity/rate in steel. Now I feel eager to learn new things every day. So my son's yuck! after my speach is: "Same story again? Yuck!", or well, its equivalent phrase in Spanish or Catalan, depending on the day ;D.

Thermal management can be less difficult with today's low-power technologies. Yet it is a very delicate design stage when designing circuits that will operate under situations where ambient or exterior temperatures are high. Some desert installations even require the use of small/medium peltier cells for cooling down certain components.

Thanks for this new series of posts!

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