The key parameter of thermal interface material-thermal cond

Thermal conductivity is also called heat transfer coefficient (k). The unit is W/mK, and the thermal conductivity formula is k = (Q/t) *L/(A*T), where k is thermal conductivity, Q is heat, t Is the time, L is the length, A is the area, and T is the temperature difference; it is used to measure the heat energy that can be conducted per unit of time.

The key parameter for designing thermal interface materials is thermal conductivity. Choosing the best performance (high K value) product is not necessarily a must. Hardness, thickness, and heat dissipation area are also important design considerations. When other parameters are equal, the higher the thermal conductivity, the more effective the thermal management.