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Posts tagged with 'Transient'

27 Jan, 2011

Robin Bornoff All good things come to those who wait. For beer this entails a trade off between anticipation and satisfaction. If, too soon after you put the room temperature beer in the fridge, you get your child to grab a beer for you, your thirst might be quenched but your satisfaction might not be. Wait too long for it to cool down and you might forget you wanted one, or go to sleep, or hit the whisky instead. … Read More

Electronics Cooling, time constant, beer, Transient

14 Aug, 2009

Kelly Cordell-Morris This week I was in our Nottingham office to help deliver some internal training. One of the subjects of the training course was setting up transient analysis in FloTHERM. The example model we used was a detailed model of a TO220 on a PCB in free air. We set the heat source in the die to pulse on for 50ms, off for 50ms and repeat for 1s total. The idea was to show how a transient model can be set up, … Read More

TO220, Electronics Cooling, Transient

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