Stresses caused by different coefficients of thermal expansion can lead to cracks in the semiconductor layers.
What does TE stand for?
TE stands for Thermal Expansion
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- Testing Effort
- Texas Electric (Railroad)
- TextEdit (Macintosh ROM program)
- Texture Engine (computer science)
- The End
- Theistic Evolutionist
- Therapeutic Equivalence
- Therapeutic Exercise(s)
- Thermal Efficiency
- Thermal Equilibrium
Samples in periodicals archive:
Recent research on these so-called negative thermal expansion (NTE) materials has led to the discovery of alloys exhibiting unexpectedly large thermal contraction.
The most natural causes of a rise in sea levels include the melting of ice on land, water created from reserves of oxygen and hydrogen in the earth’s crust, water from deep space, and when land collapses due to thermal expansion.
For industries processing very high temperature bulk solids, the company offers a high temperature bulk powder cooling system with an innovative tube exchanger that minimizes thermal stresses and accommodates thermal expansion.
1932078592 Thermal conductivity 28 / Thermal expansion 16; proceedings.
com; Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands), new materials developments are showing solutions vis-a-vis one of the key problems that plastics seem to present, which is the coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE).
In addition to the lack of an adequate core taper, thermal expansion of the core can possibly force the casting toward the mold wall and reduce the effectiveness of the core taper.
The new circuit boards also had enough strength and rigidity to satisfy industrial requirements, and a coefficient of thermal expansion similar to silicon dioxide and polyimides.