CTRUMP: Its Development and Use in Solution of Problems of Conduction Heat Flow in Solid State Devices.
CLARKSON COLL OF TECHNOLOGY POTSDAM N Y
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The TRUMP program, developed by Arthur Edwards of the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, has been adapted for use on the IBM 36044, under the name CTRUMP. Modifications were made to enable calculations of three-dimensional heat flow in solid state devices, as a result of internal conduction and internal heat generation with constant boundary conditions. CTRUMP was then used to calculate temperature rise in thin film and carbon resistor models, as well as in a model of a gallium arsenide Gunn effect diode. An operating manual for CTRUMP is included as an Appendix.
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Computer Programming and Software
- Solid State Physics