Mark G. Phillips

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Increased external nutrient loads of anthropogenic origin, especially those of phosphorus (P), were one of the major causes of eutrophication during the first half of the twentieth century in Europe. They led to deterioration of lake ecosystems, particularly including noxious blooms of (potentially toxic) cyanobacteria. From the 1970–1980s, strategies to(More)
The long-term reliability of the thermal interface material (TIM) between an IGBT and heat sink is a critical aspect of motor drive design and customer satisfaction. Studies in the literature have focused on TIM characterization using idealized flat surfaces that are not representative of the wavy mounting surface found on IGBT base plates. In the authors'(More)
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