Power dissipation and thermal management are major considerations in advanced chip design, posing several challenges that critically impact performance and functionality. Key issues include: Increased heat generation, performance degradation, limited thermal budget, reduced efficiency, plus packaging and design complexities. iNPACK are leaders in the continuous development of new techniques and innovative approaches that provide proven power dissipation solutions in advanced package design.
Critical design aspects to be considered
Major heat-dissipating components
Board size and thickness
Materials, layout, & component placement
Application conditions & environment
Amount of heat to be dissipated
Cooling methods, (fans, heat sinks, etc.)
Cu coins (I-coin, T-coin, custom-coin)
Heat sinks (soldered, conductive adhesive, non conductive)
Thermal vias (Cu-filled, epoxy filled)
Integrated active cooling designs
Specialized assembly solutions
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PCBs are the first heat management platform that electrical components meet. How you choose to handle the heat very much depends on the power dissipated from constituent components, line losses, board design, circuit editing, and mechanical structure. There are also thermal effects that arise from interconnect options on the board level, vias, transmission lines and assembly pad design.