nanoHUB-U Thermal Energy at the Nanoscale L4.2: Landauer Transport Formalism - Number of Modes





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Published on Jun 18, 2014

Table of Contents:
00:09 Lecture 4.2: Number of Modes
00:30 Landauer Transport Formulation
01:19 Recall: Heat Flux for Phonons
02:26 Flux to Total Heat Flow Rate
03:21 Number of Modes by Deduction (2D)
05:47 The Meaning of M
07:32 Mathematical Representation of M
09:00 Mathematical Representation of M

This video is part of the nanoHUB-U course "Thermal Energy at the Nanoscale" (http://nanohub.org/courses/te)

Thermal Energy at the Nanoscale, taught by Tim Fisher, is a five-week online course that develops a unified framework for understanding essential physics of nanoscale thermal energy and its important applications, trends, and directions. The course is designed to present this in a way that is accessible with only a very basic knowledge of heat transfer. The course will present an understanding of the fundamental elements of solid-state physics relevant to thermal transport, develop skills to derive continuum physical properties from sub-continuum principles, and apply statistical and physical principles to describe thermal energy transport in modern small-scale materials and devices.


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