Thermal Analysis Using the Chrysler Improved Numerical Differencing Analyzer for Third-Generation Computers (CINDA-3G) Program.
NAVAL UNDERWATER SYSTEMS CENTER NEW LONDON CONN NEW LONDON LAB
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The application of the CINDA-3G computer program to the solution of thermal problems involving integrated circuit modules is discussed in detail. Included is a brief review of heat transfer principles and thermal modeling techniques. CINDA-3G uses numerical techniques, and proper network modeling of the problem is essential. It is shown that the temperature distributions obtained with the computer program for a sample problem compare favorably with a one-dimensional analytic hand-calculated solution. Therefore, the CINDA-3G program appears to be a useful tool in solving complex thermal problems of limited size. Author Portions of this document are not fully legible.
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