Posts tagged Heat Spreader

Researcher Finds Cheaper Way To Cool Electronic Devices

April 20th, 2012

A North Carolina State University researcher has developed a technique that uses a “heat spreader” made of a copper-graphene composite, which is attached to the electronic device using an indium-graphene interface film, both of which…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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Integrated Heat Pipe Spreader for Improved FBDIMM Memory Module Thermal Management

November 1st, 2008

Introduction Due to the increasing power density in today’s industry standard servers, thermal design and cooling is a significant challenge. In a typical server, the two most challenging elements to cool are the processors and…read more

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Diamonds are a Thermal Designer’s Best Friends

February 1st, 2002

Different forms of carbon, such as processed natural graphite, pyrolytic graphite, diamond-like carbon, and synthetic diamond, offer lots of possibilities for maximizing conductive heat transfer.Synthetic diamond has already found its place as a common solution…read more

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The Role of Natural Graphite in Electronics Cooling

August 1st, 2001

Graphite is available as a variety of different material forms, the most useful in the electronics cooling market being pyrolytic graphite, graphite fiber reinforced carbon and polymer matrix composites, graphite foams and, the subject of…read more

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