Current on a PCB
Dmitry Kiryashov email (remove spam text)
Hmm... What is heat dissipation ?
I guess it is dissipation of heat in air, right ?
So there is difference in temperatures in copper
and surround air. The higher temperature is around
the less heat can be dissipated for the same time.
As I remember there is also such a parameter as
thermal resistance (please correct me if I wrong,
I don't remember exact english term for that) It is
used in heatsink and so stuff design.
Jilles Oldenbeuving wrote:
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