plate resistance

plate resistance

[′plāt ri‚zis·təns]
(electronics)
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The result is a solution for the device temperature as a function of cold plate resistance. In the example cited by ATS, a cold plate thermal resistance of less than 18 degrees C/W is required to cool an Intel Xeon 5492 processor in a 25C temperature environment.
One key requirement for bipolar plate applications is that the overall plate resistance should be below [10.sup.-2] Ohm-[cm.sup.2] (1).