Multi-scale Thermal Modeling Methodology for High Power-electronic Cabinets

@inproceedings{Joshi2007MultiscaleTM,
  title={Multi-scale Thermal Modeling Methodology for High Power-electronic Cabinets},
  author={Yogendra Joshi and John M. McKenney},
  year={2007}
}
Thermal Laboratory (METTL), for his guidance during my studies at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His wide knowledge in thermal sciences, his understanding, and encouragements have been of great value for me. I would like to thank Dr. Syed I. Haider for his collaboration and extensive discussions during this study. I also greatly appreciate the support and encouragement of my committee member, Dr. Garimella. I wish to thank my colleagues and friends at the METTL, and more particularly… CONTINUE READING

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