Thermal performance of graphene coating on copper için kapak resmi
Thermal performance of graphene coating on copper
Ersavaş, Gizem, author.
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ix, 61 leaves: color illustrarions, charts;+ 1 computer laser optical disc.
Over heat is always a problem for electronic devices because the locally generated heat cannot be transferred appropriately to the corresponding heat sink fast enough. This situation leads to affect materials’ structures, mechanical properties and conductivities badly. In order to avoid this problem, high thermal conductivity materials are used to dissipate the heat quickly. Thanks to the development of technology, the size of the electronic devices is reduced day by day. This also shrinks the size of the interconnect components. So this situation leads to researchers to investigate nano-sized interconnect components and copper, which is a widely used material, is one of them. Copper is one of the preferred metals for electronic devices because of high thermal conductivity, easy processability, and high use in daily life and industry. For example, copper components, which is used in electronic, are getting so thin and must carry so much current. And that causes to increase friction. Thus heat is occurred. Consequently, cooling problems have arisen. And if the material’s cooling problem won’t be solved then the material can be damaged. It is thought that to overcome this problem, coating with a high thermal conductivity material such as graphene, the thermal conductivity can be improved. In this study, thermal performance of graphene-coated copper were investigated numerically and experimentally. This study consist of two main sections. The first part, MD simulation code was created using C++ programming language to investigate thermal conductivity of copper, different number of graphene layers and these graphene layers were coated on copper in different length, width, height and temperature. In the second part, the thermal performance of pure copper, annealed copper, a layer of graphene-coated copper, and multilayer graphene-coated copper was studied by the experimental setup at three different temperatures and volume flow rates.
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Tek Biçim Eser Adı:
Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology:Energy Engineering.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Energy Engineering--Thesis (Master).
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Tez T001960 TJ260 .E73 2019

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