Posts tagged Heat Dissipation

Researchers Create Cheap Thermoelectric Materials

November 22nd, 2011

A team led by Dr Ole Martin Løvvik of Oslo University’s Centre for Materials Science and Nanotechnology in Norway has found a way of making cheap thermoelectric materials that could harvest waste heat from a…read more

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Compact Linear Laser Diode Driver Supports Fiber-Coupled Lasers

June 13th, 2011

Wavelength Electronics’ PLD-CH Series is now available in a 12.5 A model. This new driver supports fiber-coupled lasers used in applications such as medical, dental, micro-machining, material processing, semiconductor inspection, and imaging. The PLD-CH Series…read more

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Thermally Conductive Grease Used for Solar Industry

May 10th, 2011

A product that is proving useful to the solar industry is LORD Corporation’s TC-501 Thermally Conductive Grease. This solvent-free, silicone thermal interface material (TIM) is designed to replace greases used as TIMs between the heat…read more

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Heat Conducting Graphene Could Cool Electronics

June 7th, 2010

Multiple layers of graphene show strong heat conducting properties that can be harnessed in removing dissipated heat from electronic devices, a team of scientists from the University of California reported in a recently published paper…read more

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Exploring the Limits of Air Cooling

August 1st, 2006

Introduction Heat from electronic devices is an integral part of information processing, not a nuisance that can someday be eliminated. This is a physical principle that is independent of the device of information processing. However,…read more

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