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Concurrent Design of a Powerpc Tm Microcomputer: Eda and Cfd Tool

@inproceedings{Kromann2000ConcurrentDO,
  title={Concurrent Design of a Powerpc Tm Microcomputer: Eda and Cfd Tool},
  author={G. Kromann and V. Pimont and S. Addison},
  year={2000}
}
This paper discusses an attempt to begin thermal analysis at the inception of the printed-circuit board design process, when designing a microprocessor-based desktop system. The goal was to assess a methodology that should help to define a real concurrent design process for future projects. We emphasize here the thermal aspects of this concurrent process that required the use of a board-level (within the electronic-design automation (EDA) environment) and a system-level thermal analysis tool… CONTINUE READING

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