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Thermal properties of FR-4 (fiber glass reinforced glass epoxy)
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Thermal properties of FR-4 (fiber glass reinforced glass epoxy)

Thermal properties of FR-4 (fiber glass reinforced glass epoxy)

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Layered FR-4 is used in the manufacture of circuit cards (Printed wiring Boards). Interested in the composite thermal properties (thermal conductivity, specific heat, coefficient of thermal expansion,etc) of the multilayer (8, 10 or 12)boards. The typical thicnesses of the boards are 0.062 or 0.093 inches. Looking for literature,references, equations/formulas, etc., that can be quickly/conveniently applied to get reasonable values.

RE: Thermal properties of FR-4 (fiber glass reinforced glass epoxy)

Check out www.matweb.com for the properties you are
looking for.

RE: Thermal properties of FR-4 (fiber glass reinforced glass epoxy)

You might find some data at http://www.tak2000.com
Look under thermal data heading

RE: Thermal properties of FR-4 (fiber glass reinforced glass epoxy)

This site may be of interest...www.micam.com, lots of data regarding the properties you spoke of

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