august, 2020

18aug11:00 am12:00 pmLiquid Cooling Components & System Performance – A Panel Discussion


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Liquid Cooling Components & System Performance – a Panel Discussion

Understanding subcomponent compatibility and material properties in designing reliable liquid cooling systems

Thermal management engineers are faced with an over-abundance of decisions ​when it comes to designing an optimal liquid cooling system for their applications. Not only does each component within a system need to be evaluated, attention to detail around what materials are used in each component’s construction is also important. And, because system components from different sources essentially become “connected” within a wetted environment, even compatibilities between system components’ subcomponents can become an issue — even if there are functional differences of the pieces or a degree of distance between them. Ultimately, regardless of liquid cooling system type (single-phase, two-phase, immersion), engineers need to pay particular attention to the fluids used and the wetted materials and their compatibilities.

In this webinar, you will learn more about liquid cooling system elements, including deep dives into connectors/quick disconnects and coolants. Through presentations and a panel discussion, you will gain an understanding of the pitfalls to avoid in designing a system with highlights and technical considerations for facilitating connection, disconnection, and routing of fluid through equipment to support 100% uptime.

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