The development of a model builder for a microcircuit substrate
Roesch, Patric Karl
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The Naval Postgraduate School is currently in possession of software designed to perform a thermal analysis of electronic components. This software package incorporates a model builder whose primary function is to generate a thermal model. In its present configuration, the model builder requires an inordinate amount of time for data input and model verification. This thesis describes the development of a model builder designed specifically to reduce the time required to model the substrate, epoxy, and carrier layers of a microcircuit assembly
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