Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 10:38:33 EDT 2000 | Iain
I have 15 very large backplanes (.156" thick Au plating) that the ground pins of a high density thru-hole connector were not thermal relieved in the artwork. As a result we are unable to solder the 8 pins that connect to the ground plane. We know t
Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 17 08:57:23 EDT 2000 | Chrys Shea
A few more tricks to try: - Got a hot air rework machine? You can get more controlled heat on the area and lower the risk of damage to the fab. I never got topside fillets un unrelieve ground planes until I went to convection preheat on my waves.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 18 17:56:26 EST 2000 | Dave F
Does the thermal conductivity of a copper trace on a printed circuit board change as the copper oxidizes? Is the oxide on copper a thermal insulator? If so, should it be considered in an analysis of thermal resitivity between a ground plane and a h
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 19 19:31:14 EDT 2007 | davef
Try this: http://www.unitconversion.org/unit_converter/thermal-conductivity.html
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 03 01:57:11 EDT 1998 | Reginald Aquino
Has anyone know of a low viscosity conductive paste/liquid that has good thermal conductivity? My aim is to get better consistency in the electrical and thermal conductivity between the mounting flange of Microwave power devices and anodised carrier
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 18 21:35:26 EDT 2007 | davef
Thermal conductivity [W/m-*C] * Conformal coating [AR, ER, UR]: 17-21 * Epoxy molding compound: 0.6
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 19 14:00:28 EDT 2007 | cecil
Dave, When we converted the Humiseal thermal conductivity info into W/m-*C we came up with .167 - .209. Did we do somthing wrong with our conversion?
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 11 11:01:43 EST 2018 | robl
Could you get it in on a reel and use an SMT tape feeder to place?
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 18 22:47:00 EST 2000 | Charles Harper
Yes,thermal conductivity does decrease since all metal oxides are insulators to varying degrees,and this should be considered in trermal analyses.It is best to protect the copper against oxidation,however.Again,I suggest you include this question in
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 07 07:23:58 EST 2018 | vinzon02
Hi Thus anybody here have experience on Thermal Conductive Adhesive Sheets? We have one IC component that need to be place with this material to fill in the gap between the pcb and space on its body. Currently we are performing this manually by, a