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heat dissipation

[′hēt ‚dis·ə¦pā·shən]
(physics)
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This technology improves heat dissipation performance 20-fold while ensuring high reliability and long service life.
The product has an adjustable base on which the laptop is placed, which can be lifted to create space for more efficient heat dissipation.
Choosing media with improved heat dissipation performance can minimize the risks associated with excessive temperature rise.
The collaboration with NIST researchers was established to determine the transient temperature changes associated with laser-hair heating and to monitor heat dissipation processes of hair shafts and live follicle samples of varying colors and textures.
The new ECP reduced surface shrinkage defects through faster heat dissipation in support of directional solidification.
a world leader in advanced semiconductor solutions, today introduced its latest heat dissipation packaging technology solution for display driver ICs (DDIs) in high-end TV applications.
For reducing the size and increasing the power output of an inverter, it is essential to boost the heat dissipation performance of the power module, which integrates numerous high heat emitting power semiconductors.
The use of carbon nanotubes as heatsinks for high-frequency high power amplifiers successfully achieves heat dissipation and high amplification simultaneously.
Optimized heat dissipation and special materials of construction are said to prevent adhesion of the needle at the gate.
Heat dissipation by higher-power semiconductor chips presents a major challenge for designers of components for electronic devices.
B J Han, STATS chief technology officer, said, "As devices move to higher speed, heat dissipation of individual ICs becomes a challenge.
Heat dissipation of the main measurement coil and breakdown of the electrostatic actuators at this pressure have been investigated and do not pose a problem as initially feared.