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Improving Thermal Interface Material (TIM) Thermal Testing Accuracy
Posted Tue July 12, 2016 @02:41PM
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Announcements Mentor Graphics will host Improving Thermal Interface Material (TIM) Thermal Testing Accuracy on 27th July 2016, 10am UK Time & 9am US Time PST.

This presentation is on testing of TIM (Thermal Interface Materials) for electronics cooling applications, with a focus on thermal conductivity coefficient measurement of TIM materials and challenges with typical ASTM D4570 test method implementation.


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The presentation then describes an automated, accurate test methodology and industrial solution (DynTIM) and its application to different TIM materials and In-situ performance assessment. There is presented a topic on TIM material properties variance with aging over cycling to aid selection decisions.

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