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This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us. . .

3/12/2010 04:00 PM EST
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re: This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us. . .
DoctorZ   7/18/2011 5:54:53 PM
Based on the importance of weight and heat dissipation, it would seem that advanced thermal materials, which have low densities and thermal conductivities up to 1700 W/m-K, are ideal candidates. In addition, structural composites, some of which have high thermal conductivities, can reduce enclosure weight. If anyone is interested, I can send papers on these subjects. Carl Zweben PhD - Composites and Thermal Materials Life Fellow, ASME; Fellow, SAMPE & ASM Associate Fellow, AIAA 62 Arlington Road Devon, PA 19333-1538 USA Phone:610-688-1772 Email: Website:

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