heat sink

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Englisch - Türkisch
soğutucu
(Otomotiv) soğutucu bloğu
(Askeri) ISI MECRASI (HV.): Sıcaklığın kritik bir parçadan veya parçalardan emilmesine veya başka yere intikaline yarayan bir düzen. Örneğin; burun konisinde sürtünme ile meydana gelen aşırı sıcaklık, emilmek üzere, özel bir metale yöneltilebilir
(Nükleer Bilimler) ısı kuyusu,soğutucu
ısı alıcı
heat sink compound
(Otomotiv) soğutma plakası bileşimi
heatsink
soğutucu
heatsink
ısı yutucu
heatsink
işi yutucu, soğutucu
ultimate heat sink
(Nükleer Bilimler) son ısı düdeni,son ısı kuyusu
Englisch - Englisch
A place toward which the heat moves in a system
A material capable of absorbing heat
An object, system or environment that absorbs and dissipates heat from objects in thermal contact (either direct or radiant) with it
1 In thermodynamic theory, a means by which heat is stored, or is dissipated or transferred from the system under consideration
Any material used to absorb heat In the environment, this is usually air or water that absorbs waste heat produced in the operation of electric power plants or other industrial facilities
A component, typically zinc alloy, that dissipates heat CPUs require heat sinks Return to Index
A substance or device used to dissipate or absorb unwanted heat, as from a manufacturing process (or, with lasers, from reflected rays)
– Thermal mass placed in direct contact with a processing or other device to improve heat dissipation
1 Thermodynamic A body that can absorb thermal energy 2 Practical A finned piece of metal used to dissipate the heat of solid-state components mounted on it
The medium - air, water or earth - which receives heat rejected from a heat pump
(sol) A body that is capable of accepting and storing heat It therefore may also act as a heat source F - puits de chaleur S - sumidor de calor
A metal plate, thermally conductive potting material, extrusion, case, etc that is used to transfer heat away from sensitive components and/or circuits See Base Plate
a piece of metal used to mount components and draw heat away from them It is usually made of finned aluminum
An assembly that serves to dissipate, carry away, or radiate into the surrounding atmosphere heat that is generated by an active electronic device
1 Thermodynamic A body which can absorb thermal energy 2 Practical A finned piece of metal used to dissipate the heat of solid state components mounted on it
The area or media where heat is deposited (inside a home, etc )
A component designed to lower the temperature of an electronic device by dissipating heat into the surrounding air All modern CPUs require a heat sink Some also require a fan A heat sink without a fan is called a passive heat sink; a heat sink with a fan is called an active heat sink Heat sinks are generally made of a zinc alloy and often have fins
Device which conducts heat away from a heat-producing component so that it stays within its safe working temperature range
Good thermal conductor used to remove destructive heat from an area
1) A body that is capable of accepting and storing heat, and therefore may also act as a heat source 2) A building component such as a wall or floor that is capable of absorbing heat and reradiating it over a period of many hours
Made of a heat conductive material, a heat sink is used to dissipate heat over an increased surface area
metallic object which is connected to electronic components and prevents overheating
A metal base or plate onto which one or more components are mounted to absorb, carry away, or radiate the heat generated by the component(s) Overheating may result in the malfunction or destruction of the part(s) generating the heat or might cause damage to other parts of the circuit
Part of the frame of the speaker used to conduct and radiate heat away from the motor assembly 4
Facility to provide cooling of PAR and MSR components while "buttoned up" during a nuclear attack Water for component cooling was re-circulated through an underground storage cavern where its heat was dumped Click here for photo (B17)
A device which possesses low thermal resistance in order to effectively transfer dissipated heat to the ambient temperature Heat Sink Compound A compound which is used to assure a good thermal connection between a heat dissipating device and a heat sink Hertz A unit of frequency named after Heinrich R Hertz (1857-1894) which is equal to one cycle per second
A component, typically zinc alloy, that dissipates heat CPUs require heat sinks
A reservoir that absorbs heat without a significant increase in temperature
a metal conductor specially designed to conduct (and radiate) heat
– Metal plate, extrusion, case, etc used to transfer heat away from sensitive components and/or circuits Also see Base Plate
heat sinks
plural form of heat sink
heatsink
Alternative spelling of heat sink
heatsink
Metal device used to cool processors and other components by means of convection or forced air
heatsink
a device that absorbs and dissipates heat produced by an electrical component; used to prevent overheating
heatsink
In audio, a usually finned metal body that conducts heat away from resistors and solid state output devices Amplifier heatsinks can be internal or external Due to its inherent inefficiency, Class A solid state amplifier operation requires massive heatsinks while Class A tube amps use the free-air glass envelope of the vacuum tube for heat convection High-power pro-audio amplifiers that need to remain small and light often use fans instead of heatsinks
heat sink

    Türkische aussprache

    hit sîngk

    Aussprache

    /ˈhēt ˈsəɴɢk/ /ˈhiːt ˈsɪŋk/

    Etymologie

    [ 'hEt ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English heten, from Old English h[AE]tan; akin to Old English hAt hot.

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