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Although a typical ECL gate dissipates less than 10 milliwatts, 10,000 of these gates integrated onto a chip can bring total power consumption easily up to 20-30W At high temperatures, corrosion mechanisms accelerate and stresses are generated at the material interfaces because of different expansion coefficients.
The stretching and compressing work the molecules in the viscoelastic material and dissipate the vibration.
Traditional conduction-cooled ATR chassis can handle boards that dissipate 20-40 watts per slot.
Magnesium has the ability to absorb these vibrations and dissipate the energy as heat.
The massive current from a space storm heats the ionosphere, which dissipates energy by immediately ejecting some of its own oxygen and hydrogen ions into space.
Conventional heat sink is used to dissipate heat, which is effective when there is space for a cooling fan.
The tubing is a three-layer co-extruded construction, also containing a barrier polymer to block permeation and a conductive resin to help dissipate static charges.
These bonds break easily in an impact and quickly dissipate energy before forces build up to break collagen molecules' chainlike backbones.
Antistat 100-S is a sodium alkyl sulfonate internal antistat that can be used in rubber and plastic compounds to dissipate static charge buildup.
Moreover, the stigma associated with reverse mergers should dissipate due to the SEC removing noncompliant shells from the landscape," said David Wanetick, Managing Director of The Wall Street Transcript and Gateway Reports.
To counteract vehicle fires that can occur via the fuel system, automotive manufacturers may specify that the entire fuel system be able to dissipate an electric charge, according to the company.
Officials expected the chemical to dilute and quickly dissipate, which is characteristic of hydrogen peroxide, McLean said.