Liquid Cooling

Liquid Cooling Decreases Energy Consumption and Reduces Footprints

February 2nd, 2015

Icetope, a UK firm, partnered with Intel and the University of Leeds last year and launched a line of servers, which uses liquid cooling to cool electronics. The system, known as the PetaGen system, uses…read more

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Novel Heat Pipe Based Thermal Solutions for Cooling Optical Plug Modules

December 2nd, 2014

Due to rise in both data speed and traffic volume through computers, tablets, and mobile devices, network bandwidth must be continually increased to keep up with the demand. Fiber optic cable is used for high-speed,…read more

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November 25th, 2014

THERMAL LIVE 2015 October 6 – 8, 2015 Online Event Featuring practical thermal management techniques and topics, this event includes roundtables, webinars and videos; and there’s no cost to attend. Program Highlights: LED Design Data…read more

Company Cools Intel Supercomputer

October 9th, 2014

CoolIT Systems Inc., a company that specializes in liquid cooling, has announced that they have just cooled Cherry Creek’s Supercomputer by using its Direct Contact Liquid Cooling system. Collaboration between Intel and Switch SUPERNAP lead…read more

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New Product Line to Assist in Cooling Liquids

October 9th, 2014

A new line of chiller and heat exchangers has just been introduced by Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. These exchangers are designed to transfer liquid to air and for controlling liquid temperatures. “The new chillers allow…read more

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Nanofluid Research Examines Best Coolant Choice

July 7th, 2014

New research on nanoparticle-enhanced liquids could mean better methods of keeping high-performing electronic systems cooler. As consumers continue to demand better performance from their cell phones, laptops and tablets, more efficient thermal management methods are…read more

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New Device to Cool Chips at the Micro-Scale

June 19th, 2014

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley and the University of California, San Diego have developed a novel evaporator structure that can be integrated directly into electronics to cool chips with micro-sized components. “The idea…read more

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Advances in Vapor Compression Electronics Cooling

May 29th, 2014

James Burnett Aspen Systems INTRODUCTION Over the last 10 years, there has been a well-documented increase in the energy density of electronic devices.  As this­­ energy density has gone up, so has the heat dissipation…read more

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Diamond-Mineral Oil Mix May Be Best Heat Transfer Nanofluid, Say Researchers

April 17th, 2014

A mixture of diamond nanoparticles and mineral oil may be the most effective nanofluid for heat transfer applications, according to new research from Rice University. Thermal fluids are used in a variety of applications, from…read more

Liquid Cold Plate Cools Power Electronics

March 27th, 2014

Thermal management company GCoreLab has introduced a new generation of cold plates for the cooling of power electronics. The new XtremeChill liquid cold plate utilizes GCoreLab’s patented oblique fin technology, which offers superior thermal cooling…read more

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Liquid Cooling System to Cut Data Center Cooling Costs

March 21st, 2014

An associate professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has developed a liquid cooling system he says is safer than water cooling and could cut cooling costs of data centers by up to…read more

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March 11th, 2014

Photos Videos Colder Products Company Discusses New Products at SEMI-THERM 30. The Bergquist Company Discusses Products at SEMI-THERM 30.

Magnetically-Stimulated Flow Patterns Could Boost Heat Transfer

March 11th, 2014

Magnetically-stimulated fluid flow patterns may offer a new method for handling difficult heat transfer problems by overcoming natural convection limits, according to new research from scientists at Sandia National Laboratories. Convection cooling, which refers to…read more

Magnetic Refrigeration Could Replace Compressor Systems

March 7th, 2014

Researchers working in GE labs have used special magnetic materials to generate temperatures cold enough to freeze water in a breakthrough that could find its way into commercial refrigerators by the end of the decade.…read more