improve [ 18 ], [ 20 ]. According to the literature there is no research that examined the effect of using Tungsten oxide WO 3 /Syltherm 800 nanofluid as a heating fluid flow inside the receiver of PTC. So this article aimed at examining the ability of
Authors:E. Horváth, P. L. Neumann, A. L. Tóth, É. Vázsonyi, A. A. Koós, Z. E. Horváth, P. Fürjes, C. Dücső, and L. P. Biró
The deposition of
nanowires for interconnects in nanoelectronic devices werestudied
morphologically by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), atomic force microscopy
(AFM) and by in-situ resistance measurements. The deposition and basic
characterization of nanometer size tungsten wires by gas injection (GIS) and
focused ion beams (FIB) was carried out in-situ in a LEO 1540 XB workstation.
The I(V) measurement showed that the deposited W wires have ohmic
characteristic. The variation of the resistance during an ex-situ heating was
linear with a low thermal coefficient (4% of the pure metallic W).
] heat treatment, treatment of the weld edge by Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) or plasma arc melting, hammering, shot peening, ultrasonic treatment.
Welding in an elastically pre-bent state in a clamping device