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Revista Ingenierías Universidad de Medellín

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Abstract

MARIN, Jeison; TIBADUIZA, Diego  and  CORREA, Rodrigo. EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENT OF THE AMOUNT OF HEAT GENERATED BY AN ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT. Rev. ing. univ. Medellín [online]. 2012, vol.11, n.20, pp.191-202. ISSN 1692-3324.

This article describes a calorimeter created for the experimental determination of the amount of heat generated by an electronic circuit. It has the particularity of allowing the power input to the electronic circuit under experiment, with the purpose of making possible to follow its dynamic heat flows generation by Joule effect. Several simple electronic circuits were making and their results are presented. In this way, there is now available a system which allows to evaluate the proposed theoretical predictions done by a designer and related to the heat generation, against experimental results.

Keywords : Calorimeter; Joule heating; energy balance of an electronic circuit.

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