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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recent Developments in Biological, Structural and Functional Thin Films and Coatings
Presentation Title F-1: Block Copolymers as Phase Change Materials for Mitigating Heat Spikes in Handheld Consumer Electronics
Author(s) Alex N. Bruce, Yash Ganatra, Amy M. Marconnet, John A. Howarter
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Alex N. Bruce
Abstract Scope Thermal management is a universal issue affecting electronic products. In that field, temperature spikes present a particular concern because local temperatures within devices can rapidly elevate before heatsinks and fans can transfer the energy away from the device. This results in decreased device efficiency and lifetime, and is extremely problematic in thin electronic products such as smart phones, tablets, and Ultrabooks. A promising approach to mitigate temperature spikes is to use phase change materials (PCMs) which undergo a phase transition at the temperature of concern, absorbing large amounts of energy in the process. However, PCMs have not been widely implemented because of the difficulties of containing the liquid after melting. New work on order-order phase changes in block copolymers is presented as a possible alternative to liquid-solid phase transitions commonly used in PCMs for temperature spike mitigation.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: A print-only volume

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Comparing Two Steel Surface Treatments on the Bonding of Chitosan and the Resulting Corrosion Protection
Effect of Post-Heat Treatment on the Electrochemical Performance of Sandwich Structured Cu/Sn/Cu Electrode
F-1: Block Copolymers as Phase Change Materials for Mitigating Heat Spikes in Handheld Consumer Electronics
F-2: Effects of Aminopropyltriethoxysilane Percentages on Surface Chemistry and Coating Adhesion of Chitosan Bonded to Steel
F-3: Effects of Solvent on the Surface Chemistry of APTES Deposition and Coating Adhesion of Chitosan Bonded to Steel
F-4: Low Emissive Properties of Amorphous Oxides/Ag/Amorphous Oxides Multilayer for Energy Conservation
Grain Boundary Segregation Effects on Post-Coalescence Thin Film Growth
Harvesting Light from Crystalline-Silicon via Processing Of Stressed Interface with Sol-Gel Based Silica
Improving Electrochemical Performance of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 by MnO2 Top Coat
Influence of Interfacial Structure on the Phase Stability and Growth Stress in Cu/Nb Multilayered Films
Iron Oxide Nanoparticles - Biomedical Applications
Magnetic Field Assisted Assembly Machine
Modelling Optical Properties of Black Silicon
On the Boronizing Response of NiCrMo Alloys in Use for Wear and Corrosive Service
Optimizing Coating Growth by Gas Jet Assisted Physical Vapor Deposition Using Through-process Simulations
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The Investigation on the Intermetallic Layer of Hot-dipping Al-10Si Alloy with 22MnB5 and DC51 Substrate
The Wetting Behavior of Fe-Si and Fe-Mn Alloy with Al-10%Si Coating
Thermally-Assisted Interfacial Diffusion in High Phosphorous Nickel Plating on a 4140 Low-alloy Steel
Thin Films and Coatings for Absorptive Removal of Antimicrobials, Antibiotics, and Other Pharmaceuticals

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