Will transistors in parallel hold up to a higher current?
I'm trying to create a simple PWM speed controller. The only problem is that this controller will need to be able to stand up to 100 amps (probably more, but let's just leave it at 100 for simplicity). A typical 2n3055 transistor can stand up to 15 amps when properly cooled. Will wiring 8 of these transistors in parallel be enough to stand the 100 amp current?