Posts tagged Heat Exchanger

OSP Cabinet Cooling and Lightning Protection Products

February 27th, 2012

ASYMBLIX announced the availability of several new features and products related to its Retrofit Heat Exchanger (RHX) and OSP cabinet retrofit kits. The RHX, a flexible OSP cabinet retrofit cooling solution, now boasts a temperature-sensing,…read more

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Storage Solution Freezer Features New Energy Saving Heat Exchanger

July 22nd, 2011

SANYO’s new low temperature freezer, the MDF-U76VC, offers an advanced combination of cabinet design, electronics and refrigeration. A new heat exchanger design allows greater energy savings and efficiency. The design maximizes the surface area for…read more

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New Range of Energy Saving Refrigerant Dryers

July 11th, 2011

BOGE America Inc.’s new RA series refrigerant dryers reduce pressure losses and low energy consumption. The new RA 10 to RA 5000 series refrigerant dryers utilizes time proven and field tested components, including a specially-designed…read more

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Niagara Thermal Products Acquires Thermshield

March 23rd, 2011

Niagara Thermal Products LLC’s acquisition of Thermshield, LLC brings together two companies in the design and supply of custom thermal solutions across a wide range of markets and applications. Niagara Thermal and Thermshield will continue…read more

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Modeling Air-Cooled Heat Sinks As Heat Exchangers

February 1st, 2008

Introduction The thermal resistance of a heat sink is a convenient way of describing its performance but, unlike its electrical counterpart, the thermal resistance of a heat sink is not a constant: it changes significantly…read more

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Advanced Cooling Using Meso-Scale Evaporative Cold Plates

November 1st, 2007

Introduction Thermal management of servers and communications equipment has become significantly more challenging over the past several years. As is well known, processor powers have increased to 150 W or more and are projected to…read more

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Estimating the effect of intercoolers for computer rack cooling

May 1st, 2007

Figure 1. Four board high rack with serial air flow configuration. Figure 2. Rack with intercoolers cooled by water flowing parallel to air flow direction. In the February 2007 issue of ElectronicsCooling the Calculation Corner…read more

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Liquid Cooling Of A High-Density Computer Cluster

November 1st, 2006

Introduction Recent advances in computer clusters have resulted in the introduction of higher density server equipment that consumes significant amounts of electrical power and produces an extraordinary amount of heat. Due to this latter attribute,…read more

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Liquid Cooling is Back

August 1st, 2005

Introduction IBM announced its return to water cooling on April 19, 2005 with the introduction of a water cooled heat exchanger mounted to the back cover of a 19 inch rack. This is the first…read more

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Use Of Heat Pipe Cooling Systems In The Electronics Industry

November 1st, 2004

Introduction Thermal management of electronic components must solve problems connected with the limitations on the maximum chip temperature and with the requirements on the level of temperature uniformity. To cool electronic components, one can use…read more

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Air Cooled Compact Heat Exchanger Design For Electronics Cooling

February 1st, 2004

Introduction This article will discuss air-cooled compact heat exchanger design using published data. Kays & London’s Compact Heat Exchangers [1] contains measured heat transfer and pressure drop data on a variety of circular and rectangular…read more

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