**Steady-State vs. Transient Heat Transfers in Electronic …**
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Heat transferis the transfer of heat energy from one region to another due to temperature differences between the two. The heat flow is always from a higher temperature to a lower temperature. The temperature gradient is the driving force of any heat transfer and the net heat transfer is equal to zero if there is no temperatur… In electronic circuits, the steady-state temperature of a component is harmful to the component’s lifespan when it crosses the limit stated in its datasheet. Failure rates of components exponentially increase as steady-state temperatures increase. However, temperatures can be controlled by at…

**Heat transferis** the transfer of heat energy from one region to another due to temperature differences between the two. The heat flow is always from a higher temperature to a lower temperature. The temperature gradient is the driving force of any heat transfer and the net heat transfer is equal to zero if there is no temperatur…

In electronic circuits, the steady-state temperature of a component is harmful to the component’s lifespan when it crosses the limit stated in its datasheet. Failure rates of components exponentially increase as steady-state temperatures increase. However, temperatures can be controlled by at…

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