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Posted by on October 31, 2003 8:58 AM | Permalink |
Posted to Electrical &Computer Eng
Synthesis of data on thermal conductivity of Si. I plotted CINDAS data (thru SRC website) over the range 100-1000 K and added a data point from LBL (derived from http://www.sri2003.lbl.gov/pdf/ZHANG_Talk4.2_SRI03.pdf). I expected to see a 1/T fit from scattering, but variation is a little faster (slope = -1.37). Remarkably the LBL point at 20K is very nicely on the extrapolated trendline for CINDAS data.
You might consider adding these data to your files, especially vs Si isotopes (natural vs all 28).
PS If you send me a note, I will send the plot from Excel.
Richard Blish, PhD, AMD Fellow, Product Reliability Modeling, 1 AMD Place, MS 143, PO Box 3453, Sunnyvale, CA 94088-3453; 1 408 749-5838, 1 408-749-5585 fax; email@example.com
Richard Blish |
January 9, 2004 3:33 PM
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW, IF THERE IS ANY FORMULATION RELATING KAOLIN PROPERTIES (SOLIDS CONCENTRATION, DENSITY)AND KAOLIN THERMAL PROPERTIES.
February 26, 2004 8:04 AM
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