Introduction. Energy, Energy Transfer, and Heat Transfer. Principle of Conservation of Energy. Heat Transfer Mechanisms. Thermal Resistance Network. Thermal Specification of Microelectronic Packages. Fins and Heat Sinks. Heat Conduction Equation. Fundamentals of Convection Heat Transfer. Forced Convection Heat Transfer: External Flows. Forced Convection Heat Transfer: Internal Flows. Natural Convection Heat Transfer. Radiation Heat Transfer. Computer Simulations and Thermal Design. Experimental Techniques and Thermal Design. Advanced Cooling Techniques.
Younes Shabany received his BS in mechanical engineering from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran, in 1991. He then went to Vancouver, Canada where he obtained his MS in mechanical engineering from the University of British Columbia in 1994. He came to the United States and received a Ph.D in mechanical engineering with a minor in aeronautics and astronautics from Stanford University, California, in 1999. Dr. Shabany has over 18 years of experience in thermal-fluid engineering. He is currently Director of Thermal Engineering & Design and Thermal Architect in Advanced Technology Group at Flextronics International USA, Milpitas, California. In this position, he has been leading thermal design activities in Flextronics’ worldwide design centers on a variety of infrastructure, computing, consumer, automobile, medical, and power electronic products. Before Flextronics, he worked for Applied Thermal Technologies, Santa Clara, California, where he was the director for two years. While at Applied Thermal Technologies, he worked with over 60 companies and designed thermal solutions for about as many pieces of electronic equipment including telecom and networking equipment, desktop and laptop computers, biomedical equipment, and consumer products. Dr. Shabany has also been a lecturer at San Jose State University, California, since the summer of 2001. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in heat transfer and advanced mathematical analysis including his most favorite course, Heat Transfer in Electronics. He has also advised graduate students on their projects and theses.