Volume 1: Heat Transfer in Energy Systems; Thermophysical Properties; Theory and Fundamental Research in Heat Transfer 2013
DOI: 10.1115/ht2013-17170 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: In the past decades, heat transport in thin film structures has been extensively studied due to its importance in performance optimization of micro/nano-scale devices. A large amount of heat is generated during the operation of electronic devices and must be dissipated efficiently via dielectric electrical insulating films, thus it is crucial to investigate and engineer the thermal properties of thin film structures. Numerous methods have been developed to measure thin film thermal conductivity, many of which … Show more

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“…To estimate the role of metal-dielectric boundaries in our metal-oxide composites, we evaluated their thermal conductivity K b in the system based on experimental measurements of thermal conductivities together with literature data on heat conductivities of Al 2 O 3 and Ag nanolayers of different thickness using Equation 4derived from Equation 1: Figure 2 presents heat conductivity coefficients of the multilayer coatings (K ml ) and the relative contribution of interfaces (K b /K ml ) as function of the bilayer thickness. These values have been extracted from the measured thermal conductivities of the multilayered samples presented in Table 1 together with the reported thermal conductivity data for bulk and nanolayer alumina [31,[33][34][35][36] and Ag [36][37][38] by interpolating and extrapolating them to the layer thicknesses of our samples. The experimental data obtained from our multilayer coatings are plotted in the region below 50 nm.…”
Section: Thermal Conductivity Of Multilayer Coatings and Interfacesmentioning
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“…To estimate the role of metal-dielectric boundaries in our metal-oxide composites, we evaluated their thermal conductivity K b in the system based on experimental measurements of thermal conductivities together with literature data on heat conductivities of Al 2 O 3 and Ag nanolayers of different thickness using Equation 4derived from Equation 1: Figure 2 presents heat conductivity coefficients of the multilayer coatings (K ml ) and the relative contribution of interfaces (K b /K ml ) as function of the bilayer thickness. These values have been extracted from the measured thermal conductivities of the multilayered samples presented in Table 1 together with the reported thermal conductivity data for bulk and nanolayer alumina [31,[33][34][35][36] and Ag [36][37][38] by interpolating and extrapolating them to the layer thicknesses of our samples. The experimental data obtained from our multilayer coatings are plotted in the region below 50 nm.…”
Section: Thermal Conductivity Of Multilayer Coatings and Interfacesmentioning