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Aluminum Nitride Coated Piston

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000122740D
Original Publication Date: 1991-Dec-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Apr-04
Document File: 1 page(s) / 35K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Nuccio, C: AUTHOR

Abstract

This disclosure describes a design, Fig 1, that will enhance thermal efficiency. As is shown, the insert is made from thin and separate details. The required number of details is dependent on material thickness and the size of the S/C chip. The separate details can be stacked and inserted into the space provided in the HCC hat. This design will minimize the gap between the mating surfaces. Because the details are thin, the thermal surface need only the straightness spec or a specific radius (on need for a spherical radius). Each detail is free to contact the chip independent of neighboring details. Springs that contact all details insure uniform pressure against the chip surface.

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Aluminum Nitride Coated Piston

      This disclosure describes a design, Fig 1, that will enhance
thermal efficiency.  As is shown, the insert is made from thin and
separate details.  The required number of details is dependent on
material thickness and the size of the S/C chip.  The separate
details can be stacked and inserted into the space provided in the
HCC hat.  This design will minimize the gap between the mating
surfaces.  Because the details are thin, the thermal surface need
only the straightness spec or a specific radius (on need for a
spherical radius).  Each detail is free to contact the chip
independent of neighboring details.  Springs that contact all details
insure uniform pressure against the chip surface.

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