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Managing the power requirements and power dissipation associated with these digital subsystems is a key requirement to achieving high reliability.
As stated earlier, the objective of this work was to develop a phenomenological autoignition model for diesel sprays that that can be used in a multi-zone framework, but captures to characteristics of the low temperature chemistry of the fuel and the effects of mixing and dissipation on the reaction rate (i.
For aerobic test, the dissipation half-life of pyrimorph was 11.
Tenders are invited for Power plant project GE[micro]schenen replacement generators and transformers (EGT) - energy dissipation
Cracking of concrete and yielding of steel reinforcement mainly contribute in energy dissipation in RC structures.
Qiu, the brand manager, said brightness, thermal dissipation and material cost are prioritized concerns in developing LED lighting, while Glacial Tech has combined skills in thermal-dissipation, power supply, and LED technology concepts to overcome difficulties.
Nowadays, simulation programs used for determination of heat transfer and temperature distribution use power dissipation of each component in electronic device as input value and outputs a component's temperature of each element in investigated system.
Worldwide Computer Products News-7 September 2009-Chang Bo unveils new laptop case with heat dissipation device(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
In the present study, values of energy dissipation rate (a standard measure of the strength of turbulence) were determined for three locations in the surf zone of a rocky shore.
However, heat dissipation is a critical issue with GaAs, to the point that the material is fast approaching the upper limits of its performance characteristics.
11um technology results in a peak baseband power dissipation of only 67mW during low signal strength acquisition, while power dissipation is less than 40mW while continuous tracking is at a 1Hz update rate.
They have been shown to have a linear relationship with operating temperature and power dissipation of 40[degrees]C/mW throughout their operating temperature of ambient to 1000[degrees]C.
If strain amplitude dependence is considered, surface treatment of this kind leads automatically to a substantial increase in dispersion and a further reduction in energy dissipation (figure 4).
8 volt process is optimal for both battery powered systems, and high performance systems with limited thermal dissipation budgets," stated John Weekley, Amkor Wafer Fabrication Services vice president of marketing.
However, this preoccupation has overshadowed some important basic questions: What are the dielectric constant, dissipation factor and loss in decibels/inch for these materials?