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April 5-7, 2022|Santa Clara Convention Center| Santa Clara, CA
Allen F. Horn III (Research Fellow, Rogers Corporation)
Christopher J. caisse (Sr. Process Technologist, Rogers Corporation)
Location: Ballroom H
Date: Thursday, April 7
Time: 9:00 am - 9:45 am
Track: 04. Advances in Materials & Processing for PCBs, Modules & Packages
Format: Technical Session
Theme : Automotive
Education Level: All
Pass Type: 2-Day Pass, All Access Pass
Vault Recording: TBD
Audience Level: All
A simple analysis of the Clausius-Mosotti equation leads to the conclusion that the effect of temperature on relative permittivity, Îµ_R, is governed by by two terms: Îµ_R/3 ( 1/Î± dÎ±/dT) where Î± is the polarizability of the material and Îµ_R (-CTE), where CTE is the coefficient of thermal expansion. In materials where dipole rotation occurs, the change in polarizability term often dominates and the TCÎµR is positive. The increase in dielectric loss of these materials can be large. In materials where dipole rotation does not occur, the TCÎµR is generally negative and the magnitude is close to that of ã€– Îµã€—_R (-CTE). The increase in loss with increasing temperature is relatively small. The temperature coefficient of resistivity of conductive materials is always positive. Conductor loss will increase in increasing temperature. The magnitude of the increase depends on the circuit design.
The listener will leave with an understanding of the basic material properties the govern the effects of temperature on circuit performance.
An interest in dielectric and conductor properties and the effects on circuit performance.