I've a little project and want to make a PCB for it, as small and thin as possible, but the electrolytic SMD ones are bigger than I wanted. With that I faced a small problem that led me to a question that can help future projects.
I know that I can replace an electrolytic capacitor by a ceramic one, but how to do it correctly?
Assume I have a 100uF 16V electrolytic one, what would be the equivalent for ceramic ones? If I reach the 100uF wanted with N capacitors rated X Farad in parallel, how do I match the 16V that I want?
Are there any considerations when doing it? Are there do's and don't's?