Posts tagged power dissipation

electronics cooling in the automotive environment

April 30th, 2010

Introduction By 2008 the electronics content of a typical consumer vehicle had grown to 20-25% of the total vehicle cost [1]. This content provides a wide range of functions and features for today’s driver. Some…read more

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Back to the Future with a Liquid Cooled Supercomputer

August 1st, 2009

Introduction: Evolution of Air and Water Cooling for Electronic Systems Since the development of the first electronic digital computers in the 1940s, efficient removal of heat has played a key role in insuring the reliable…read more

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Managing power requirements in the electronics industry

December 1st, 2000

Rapid growth in the use of Internet and telecommunication services has created unique yet critical demands on the power required to energize this network. Continuing market requirements for higher-speed access – coupled with expanding needs…read more

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The history of power dissipation

January 1st, 2000

Figure 1. Transistor counts on Intel processors from inception to present superimposed on Moore’s prediction. In his fascinating book, “Visions,” Michio Kaku [1] predicts a future driven by silicon and quantum computers. Based on the…read more

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