Advances in Thermal Management with Epoxy Systems

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Sponsor:   IEEE Boston/Providence/New Hampshire Reliability Chapter

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Host:        MIT Lincoln Laboratory


Epoxy Technology has investigated the mechanism of thermal conductivity in electrically conductive adhesives. Utilizing laser flash testing and SEM cross sections, we determined how silver flake distribution effects thermal conductivity. Cure, interface, and processing play a significant role in thermal management. This reviews a new laser flash sample preparation methodology that provides more accurate measurement of “in-design” thermal resistance.



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  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  • 3 Forbes Rd.
  • Lexington, Massachusetts
  • United States 02421

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  • Michael W. Bannan, Chair

    Boston/Providence/New Hampshire Reliability Chapter

  • Starts 26 December 2019 12:00 PM
  • Ends 20 January 2020 05:30 PM
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Brian Bruce

Brian Bruce of Epoxy Technology, Inc.

Topic:

Advances in Thermal Management with Epoxy Systems

Epoxy Technology has investigated the mechanism of thermal conductivity in electrically conductive adhesives. Utilizing laser flash testing and SEM cross sections, we determined how silver flake distribution effects thermal conductivity. Cure, interface, and processing play a significant role in thermal management. This reviews a new laser flash sample preparation methodology that provides more accurate measurement of “in-design” thermal resistance.

Biography:

Brian Bruce is the Manager, Applications Engineering Lab with over 9 years of specialized training and experience in epoxy and UV adhesive applications.  He has supported numerous Fortune 500 companies in their manufacturing assembly and bonding needs. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Wheaton College, and currently is employed by Epoxy Technology Inc.

Address: Epoxy Technology, Inc., 14 Fortune Dr., Billerica, Massachusetts, United States, 01821





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5:30PM   Networking

5:45PM   Light dinner - pizza, salad and beverages

6:00PM   Opening and Announcements

6:20PM – 7:30PM   Technical Presentation and Q&A



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