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Publication Year

2016

Abstract

Heat is inevitably generated in the semiconductors during operation. Cooling in a computer, and in its main part – the Central Processing Unit (CPU), is crucial, allowing the proper functioning without overheating, malfunctioning, and damage. In order to estimate the temperature as a function of time, it is important to solve the differential equations describing the heat flow and to understand how it depends on the physical properties of the system. This project aims to answer these questions by considering a simplified model of the CPU + heat sink. A similarity with the electrical circuit and certain methods from electrical circuit analysis are discussed.

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Advisors:

Arcadii Grinshpan, Mathematics and Statistics

Humberto Rodriguez Gutierrez, Physics

Problem Suggester:

Ivan Lavrov