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Math Seminar | Analytical Solutions of Linear and Nonlinear Heat Conduction in Multilayered Orthotropic Systems
A seminar to be conducted by Dr. Belal Al-Khamaiseh, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, AUS
Abstract: In the microelectronics industry, thermal issues due to self-heating are major problems that affect the performance, efficiency, and reliability of devices. The multilayered structures are found extensively where the microelectronic device/system is manufactured as a compound system of different materials. Recently, a variety of new materials, with anisotropic thermal conductivity tensors, have emerged in the microelectronics industry.
In this seminar, general analytical solutions for the temperature distribution and thermal resistance of multilayered orthotropic systems are presented. For verification and comparison reasons, the analytical results are compared with numerical simulation results based on the finite element method.
Speaker: Belal Al-Khamaiseh was awarded the title Fellow of the School of Graduate Studies in 2018 at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, in recognition of his continued academic excellence. His research areas include partial differential equations, heat transfer, numerical simulation, mathematical modeling and fluid dynamics. His research experience has allowed him to utilize many programming languages, different scientific computing approaches (analytical, numerical), and different mathematical techniques to meet the challenges of new problems that arise in engineering and applied sciences.
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