to ensure that you receive coolingzone e-news properly,
please add the following domain to your e-mail "safe" list: []
web version | send this message to a friend | subscribe
coolingzone newsletter for march 14, 2013 march 14, 2013
top stories

how many cpu cores does a high end gaming pc need?
dual core? quad core? six cores? how many cpu cores does a high end gaming pc need? read more
how to calculate the new operating point of a fan at reduced fan speed
3 tools equip engineers to calculate the new operating point of a fan at reduced fan speed read more
a forumla to calculate optimum spacing of heat sink fins
optimize heat sink air flow by getting the fin spacing just right for your application read more
heat pipe webinar addresses practical, real world, applications
heat pipe pros and cons with real world applications addressed in this 30 minute webinar read more
product news
aavid corporation announces new product line offering
freescale introduces kinetis kl02, world's smallest arm powered microcontroller
mentor graphics announces flowmaster thermal analysis tool with new capabilities for meta-models, 3d response surface, and fast batch simulation
glacier computer announces another new rugged industrial tablet
thermaltake nic series cpu coolers introduced
smart heat sinks feature hybrid cold plate heat exchancher for enhanced cooling
indium corporation features metal thermal interface materials at semi-therm
f-chart software features their ees general equation solving software
jaro thermal "skive" cooler combines copper skived heat sink with fan for small form factors
anasys instruments introduces afm+ to measure spatially resolved (sub-micron) thermal analysis
technology corner
  solar report stunner: unsubsidized ‘grid parity has been reached in india’, italy–with more countries coming in 2014 [think progress]
  which interface material do you prefer for your applications; whether liquid or air cooling? [coolingzone poll]
  liquid cooling vs. traditional cooling: what you need to know [pc magazine]
  researchers solve mystery behind incompatible cooling materials [laboratory equipment]
  ibm developing 'electronic blood' for cooling [ee times]
  quantum refrigerator offers extreme cooling and convenience [r&d magazine]
engineering how to
  three questions an engineer should ask prior to using thermal epoxy for their heat sinks
  how to evaluate fan life
  how to apply the first law of thermodynamics to heat transfer

conferences & webinars
  semi-therm 29 (usa, ca | 3-17-2013)
  world conferences on experimental heat transfer, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics (portugal, lisbon | 6-16-2013)
  asme 2013 summer heat transfer conference (usa, mn | 7-14-2013)
  advancements in thermal management (usa, co | 8-15-2013)
  coolingzone 13, international business and technology summit (usa, ma | 10-21-2013)
editor's corner
does the boeing 787 dreamliner battery need liquid cooling?
as many of our readers know, the boeing 787 dreamliner battery has been a very hot topic since it was the battery that caused the plane to be grounded. the cause of the battery overheating is being aggressively pursued by boeing and the subcontractors it works with. but once we know the cause then what is the right solution to stop this from happening again? for that next step, some have suggested liquid cooling, design news' charles murray, a senior technical editor, has a good story on finding the problem and the possible core solution.
» read more

you are currently registered to receive coolingzone at: ‹email›

if this email was forwarded to you and you would like to request your own subscription
to coolingzone, subscribe now.

unsubscribe from the coolingzone monthly emagazine here.
click here to unsubscribe.