Thermal control is one of the most important themes in space package technology such as Integrated Subsystem Package technology. At present the technical solutions reducing heat stagnation are thermal dissipation and thermal cooling. In this paper a novel approach to increase thermal dissipation, based on the use of the pyroelectric materials, is proposed. The pyroelectric materials are able to convert the thermal energy into electric energy spontaneously. This characteristic is employed to increase thermal flux inside the microelectronic units and to reduce the thermal overstocking. In order to evaluate the temperature distribution inside the component a numerical evaluation of the transient thermal problem inside a multi-layered wall electronic device is performed and a preliminary design of an adaptive dissipation device based on pyroelectric material is presented. ©2010 IEEE.

A novel technology for thermal control for ISP module for space applications / Monti, Riccardo; Barboni, Renato; Gasbarri, Paolo; Umberto, Lecci; Marco, Zumpano. - STAMPA. - (2010), pp. 1-8. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2010 IEEE Aerospace Conference tenutosi a Big Sky, MT nel 6 March 2010 through 13 March 2010 [10.1109/aero.2010.5446721].

A novel technology for thermal control for ISP module for space applications

MONTI, RICCARDO;BARBONI, Renato;GASBARRI, Paolo;
2010

Abstract

Thermal control is one of the most important themes in space package technology such as Integrated Subsystem Package technology. At present the technical solutions reducing heat stagnation are thermal dissipation and thermal cooling. In this paper a novel approach to increase thermal dissipation, based on the use of the pyroelectric materials, is proposed. The pyroelectric materials are able to convert the thermal energy into electric energy spontaneously. This characteristic is employed to increase thermal flux inside the microelectronic units and to reduce the thermal overstocking. In order to evaluate the temperature distribution inside the component a numerical evaluation of the transient thermal problem inside a multi-layered wall electronic device is performed and a preliminary design of an adaptive dissipation device based on pyroelectric material is presented. ©2010 IEEE.
2010 IEEE Aerospace Conference
aerospace engineering; cooling; integrated circuit packaging; pyroelectricity; temperature control; thermal management (packaging)
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A novel technology for thermal control for ISP module for space applications / Monti, Riccardo; Barboni, Renato; Gasbarri, Paolo; Umberto, Lecci; Marco, Zumpano. - STAMPA. - (2010), pp. 1-8. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2010 IEEE Aerospace Conference tenutosi a Big Sky, MT nel 6 March 2010 through 13 March 2010 [10.1109/aero.2010.5446721].
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