IEEE Santa Clara Valley CPMT Society Chapter
"Liquid Cooling: An Update"
-- Mikhail Spokoyny, Research Director, Thermal Management Center, Drexel University
Presentation Slides: "Liquid Cooling: An Update" (1 MB PDF)
WEDNESDAY, April 11, 2012
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- Presentation (no cost) at 6:45 PM (arrive by 6:35 PM)
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A continuing increase in power dissipation, together with a decrease in the size of electronic devices demands the use of thermally efficient and economically effective thermal management solutions, technologies, and devices.
In this presentation I would like to:
The main obstacle in the electronic industry is the organization of the cooling systems to address the rapidly increasing heat flux in an object that dissipates energy.
- review different methods of liquid cooling technologies with an emphasis on new technologies using artificial turbulization with submerged jets.
- present our experimental comparison data of heat sinks and cold plates based on different methods like micro channel, jet impingement, collider jets, swirling jet-streams, wave jets, and vortex jets.
- show the advantages and disadvantages of each of these methods along with the technical niches for their application.
- Speaker Biography:
Mikhail Spokoyny is a Research Professor at Drexel University, where is Director of the Energy Efficient Processes and Technologies Lab. He was a co-founder of several companies in US and Europe. His specialties are development of electronic cooling systems, energy sustainability and heat recovery systems, and alternative energy generation components and systems. He served as the Science Director for the Institute of New Technologies at the Russian Academy of Science.
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