Posts tagged Water Cooling

Ceramic Pump Components for Hybrid Cars

March 18th, 2011

Morgan Technical Ceramics is providing ceramic components for three water cooling pumps that will be used in hybrid and electric vehicles to cool the high energy battery, the cabin heater and the power electronics loop…read more

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Computers that Recycle Energy among Top IT Innovations

December 27th, 2010

Computers that can recycle energy are among the scenarios IBM Corp. predicts over the next five years as part of its annual “Next Five in Five” year-end innovations report based on technologies being developed in…read more

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Compact Water-Circulation System Prevents Stacks of Electronic Chips

May 25th, 2010

A research team from the A*STAR Institute of Microelectronics and Nanyang University in Singapore has designed and built a water circulation system to cool stacks of integrated electrical circuits.  “The heat must be removed from…read more

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Thermal Paper Draws Top Award at PCIM Conference

May 10th, 2010

A paper on thermal aspects in power systems won a Young Engineer Award at this year’s PCIM (Power Electronics/Intelligent Motion/Power Quality) Europe Conference. The Young Engineer Award is presented to exceptional contributions from young professionals…read more

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Back to the Future with a Liquid Cooled Supercomputer

August 1st, 2009

Introduction: Evolution of Air and Water Cooling for Electronic Systems Since the development of the first electronic digital computers in the 1940s, efficient removal of heat has played a key role in insuring the reliable…read more

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Estimating Dew Point Temperature For Water Cooling Applications

May 1st, 2008

Over the past several years thermal engineers and others in the computer industry have become acutely aware of the challenge of increasing power dissipation and the potential of liquid (principally water) cooling to provide a…read more

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A Practical Implementation Of Silicon Microchannel Coolers

November 1st, 2007

Introduction More than twenty-five years ago, Tuckerman and Pease first described the use of silicon microchannel cooling for very high power densities [1]. However, the coolers could not be fabricated easily and pressure drops were…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 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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Review of Low Profile Cold Plate Technology for High Density Servers

May 1st, 2005

Introduction Water cooling of computers was introduced more than twenty years ago, but had disappeared from the mainstream by the mid 1990s. The conversion of chip technology from bipolar to CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor)…read more

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