I need some help understanding 2 things: the power rating of a diode and the size of the heat sink needed to keep the diode from being destroyed.

The diode I am looking at is 150KR60A (datasheet is attached).

First, how do I know how much heat this diode can tolerate on a continuous basis? I want to see a power rating sort of like a resistor or something, but that's not part of the datasheet, so I don't really know what it can handle. I understadn the "max" power should be the forward bias voltage multiplied by the forward current, so that the max power of this diode is 1.33V * 150A = 199.5 Watts. Lots of heat there, so I know I need a heatsink, but again, what is the max power the diode can dissipate without a heatsink?

The second question is, how do I determine the size (haet dissipating capability) of the heat sink I need for the diode?

I hope someone out there can help me. Thank you.

The diode I am looking at is 150KR60A (datasheet is attached).

First, how do I know how much heat this diode can tolerate on a continuous basis? I want to see a power rating sort of like a resistor or something, but that's not part of the datasheet, so I don't really know what it can handle. I understadn the "max" power should be the forward bias voltage multiplied by the forward current, so that the max power of this diode is 1.33V * 150A = 199.5 Watts. Lots of heat there, so I know I need a heatsink, but again, what is the max power the diode can dissipate without a heatsink?

The second question is, how do I determine the size (haet dissipating capability) of the heat sink I need for the diode?

I hope someone out there can help me. Thank you.