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Title: Автоматизация расчётов нестационарных тепловых режимов при проектировании одноблочных радиоэлектронных аппаратов
Other Titles: Automation of calculations of the non-stationary thermal modes at planning of onesectional radio electronic vehicles
Authors: Синотин, А. М.
Keywords: effective heat-conducting
synthesis of REA
regular mode
non-stationary temperature field
rate of cooling (heating) system
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: ХНУРЕ
Citation: Синотин А. М. Автоматизация расчётов нестационарных тепловых режимов при проектировании одноблочных радиоэлектронных аппаратов : автореф. дис. на здобуття наук. ступеня докт. : спец. 05.13.12 - "Системы автоматизации проектных работ" / Синотин А. М. – Харьков, 2008. – 36 с.
Abstract: Thesis is devoted to the research of heat exchange character in radio electronic vehicles which function in an air environment at normal atmospheric pressure; the development of calculation method of the non-stationary temperature fields of REA with the arbitrary law of change of the power dispersed elements from a temperature and time; the research of influence of structural parameters of vehicle taking into account the anisotropy of the heated areas on a heat-conducting on a general temperature condition. First, on the basis of the conducted analytical and experimental researches, the algorithm of the thermophysical planning of onesectional radio electronic vehicles is got that allows to provide the set temperature condition on the initial stages of constructing parallell with development of electric chart and choice of element base. It considerably promotes economic efficiency of developments and eliminates the necessity of substantial changes for a construction on results checking calculations and temperature tests.
URI: http://openarchive.nure.ua/handle/document/6863
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