Thermomechanical Reliability of Low-Temperature Sintered Attachments on Direct Bonded Aluminum (DBA) Substrate for High-Temperature Electronics Packaging
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The effect of process conditions, time, temperature, and rates of temperature rise, on the exhaustion of disperse dye on polyester yarn under high-temperature dyeing conditions Zamani, Fereshteh (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1984)
Temperature Dependent Behavior of Optical Loss from Hydrogen Species in Optical Fibers at High Temperature Bonnell, Elizabeth Ann (Virginia Tech, 2015-04-07)This study reports on the behavior of silica based optical fibers in a hydrogen environment at high temperatures. The hydrogen response in the form of optical loss in the wavelength range of 1000-2500 nm of a germanium ...
Gruen, Karen Davis (Virginia Tech, 1993-04-15)
Maximum and minimum temperature for 14 stations in Western Virginia were used to develop a temperature estimation model. Locational data such as the UTM coordinates, elevation, aspect, distance from West Virginia and ...