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  • Researchers develop technique for characterizing thermal property of 2-D material

    Researchers have developed a simple technique for characterizing the thermal properties of crystalline molybdenum disulfide, a 2-D material that could be applied to a range of applications. details>>
  • Simulations describes forces that move objects at the nanoscale level

    Researchers have studied the physical mechanisms behind the movement of a single gold nanocluster on a graphene membrane from a hot region to a cold one. details>>
  • Indian researchers simulate water nanodroplets moving towards the heat

    Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur have discovered that nanometer-sized water droplets on water-repellent surfaces move towards heat. details>>
  • Algorithm incorporates heat, flow, and form optimization to design cooling solution

    A new CFD software program from Diabatix makes designing liquid cooling components easier for engineers with a new algorithm that combines heat transfer, air flow, and form optimization to design the necessary component. details>>
  • Super-light composite possesses number of positive attributes

    Researchers from Purdue University have reported on a study of a composite containing nanolayers of aluminum oxide with graphene that has a number of attributes. details>>
  • Article describes method for minimizing temperature drift in current measurement

    A recent article describes techniques for minimizing the effects of temperature on current measurements in a system to improve system performance and lessen design margins. details>>
  • New optical method finds weak spots in jet engine thermal coatings

    Researchers have demonstrated for the first time an optical analysis method that reveals weak spots in ceramic thermal barrier coatings that are used to protect jet engine turbines from high temperatures and wear. details>>
  • New process creates 2-D materials with dual-function capability

    Researchers have developed a new process for naturally creating patterned monolayers that open the door for having two functionalities in a single material. details>>
  • Researchers develop heat conducting plastic that could lead to lighter electronics

    Scientists at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Mich.) have developed a new, inexpensive, and scalable technique that changes the molecular structure of plastic to improve its thermal conductivity. details>>
  • Articles explore applications for vapor chambers in thermal management of electronics

    Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) recently explored the varied applications for vapor chambers in the thermal management of electronics in a pair of articles. details>>
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