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IEEE Transactions on Parts, Materials and Packaging

Issue 1 • Date March 1967

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    Publication Year: 1967, Page(s): 1
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  • Who's Who in G-PMP: Alfred Levy [Member, Administrative Committee G-PMP]

    Publication Year: 1967, Page(s): 2
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  • Prediction of Maximum Temperature in Cylinders with Internal Heat Generation

    Publication Year: 1967, Page(s):3 - 7
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    Thehot-spot temperature occurring within a heat source is determined for each of eleven sets of boundary conditions. The shape of the heat source is that of a hollow, right-circular cylinder. The internal heat generation is considered to be uniformly distributed. The mathematical model of each boundary-value problem consists of a central difference approximation to the Poisson equation and the tem... View full abstract»

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  • Some Structural Dependent Electrical Properties of Tantalum-Tantalum Oxide Thin-Film Resistors

    Publication Year: 1967, Page(s):14 - 20
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    Direct transmission electron micrographs were taken of samples of tantalum thin-film resistors. The resistors were vapor deposited in an air atmosphere at 10-5 torr. An island model was 'resumed for the eleetrical behavior of the tantalum thin-film resistors. Data taken on life tests, temperature coefficient tests, and radio-frequency tests were correlated with the observed structure as seen in a ... View full abstract»

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  • A New Property of Etched Niobium Wet Electrolytic Capacitors

    Publication Year: 1967, Page(s):21 - 25
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    An etched niobium capacitor has been made which shows about a ten to one change in capacitance from zero bias to the rated voltage. The approximate relation between the capacitance and the bias has been found to obey the following equation C= Co (V + gb)~J2' If we assume the eontaet potential Vbto be 0.80 volts, and (C/Co)2is plotted versus 1/V + Vb, we obtain a st... View full abstract»

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  • Capacitor Equivalent Circuits

    Publication Year: 1967, Page(s):26 - 27
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  • The Electrical Degradation of a Low-Loss Capacitor Prepared by Sintering a Glass Powder

    Publication Year: 1967, Page(s):8 - 13
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    The electrical degradation of capacitors prepared by sintering glass powder was investigated in connection with crystallization in the glass and sinterability of the glass powder. Crystallization in glass is responsible for a decrease in volume resistivity and an increase in dissipation factor after a life test under voltage stress at high temperature. These degradations are attributed to an incre... View full abstract»

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This Transaction ceased production in 1971. The current publication is titled IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology.

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