Working Principle of Heat sink

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  1. Gigacore

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    A heat sink is an environment or object that absorbs and dissipates heat from another object using thermal contact (either direct or radiant). Heat sinks are used in a wide range of applications wherever efficient heat dissipation is required; major examples include refrigeration, heat engines and cooling electronic devices.

    Read More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heatsink
     
  2. Pathik

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    man now dont temme u r goin to post evy wikipedia article here..
     
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    gauravakaasid Back to l33ching :)

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    ^^yea intel, u plannin to do that kya?

    n this is a tutorial?? Thread Reported
     
  4. Zeeshan Quireshi

    Zeeshan Quireshi C# Be Sharp !

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    well i thought users were supposed to post their tutorials in their section not someone else's .

    hey @Intel_Gigacore , y don't u download the XML formatted articles from wikipedia n then i'll write u a script that'll post all the wikipedia articles from that XML file onto digit forum ;) ;)
     
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