AMPHIB: a users manual
Kelleher, Matthew D.
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A general purpose three-dimensional code (AMPHIB) that solves electronic cooling problems is documented. In its present structure, the code is set up for computations in liquid immersion cooling of an m by n array of chips embedded in a substrate in a three-dimensional rectangular enclosure. Nevertheless, it can be modified to solve problems in forced, mixed and natural convection for a wide range of boundary conditions. The subroutines and the input are described in detail. A listing of the code and sample example problems are also included.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-ME-93-001
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