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  • Australian company describes a novel approach to LED thermal management

    Oxman Lighting, an innovative LED lighting company based in Australia, recently posted about its progressive cooling concept for LED that it claims will reduce the raw materials used, lower the weight of the final product, enhance cooling performance, and offers a compact, low-profile solution. details>>
  • Exploring immersion cooling technologies for high-powered servers in data centers

    The most recent article from Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS), a leading-edge thermal engineering company based in Norwood, Mass., explores two techniques for immersion cooling of servers in data centers. details>>
  • Heat exchanger manufacturer releases two new products for converting waste heat

    German heat exchanger manufacturer Kelvion has released two new technologies, the Exhaust Gas Heat Exchanger and the EcoMi modular economizer, for recovering and converting waste heat in industrial applications to reduce emissions and boost efficiency. details>>
  • Article presents updated equations for designing thermoelectric coolers

    In a recent post on ElectronicDesign, W. Stephen Woodward, a freelance consultant on instrumentation, sensors, and metrology, updated his 20-year-old article that outlines simple equations for designing thermoelectric coolers (TEC). details>>
  • Webinar highlights importance of and techniques for maintaining EV battery temperature

    Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS), a leading-edge thermal engineering company based in Norwood, Mass., recently published a webinar presented by Dr. Kaveh Azar on electric vehicle (EV) battery thermal management. details>>
  • Indian researchers demonstrate magnetic graphene, potentially for next-gen electronics

    Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Hyderabad and the University of Hyderabad demonstrated a method for making graphene nanoribbons magnetic by controlling the electric field and temperature of the material, according to a report from DowntoEarth.org.in. details>>
  • New theory proposed for engineering self-assembled materials from nanoparticles

    Scientists at Duke University (Durham, N.C.) proposed a new theory based on the separation of oil and vinegar in a vinaigrette for the assembly of nanoparticle structures with unique architectures, according to a report from the university. details>>
  • Advanced engineering software could beat the brain when designing thermal solutions

    The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) recently highlighted the advanced engineering simulations used by Belgium-based Diabatix in its generative heat sink designs that utilize artificial intelligence (AI) to create unique solutions. details>>
  • Research team builds thermoelectric device that uses body heat to produce electricity

    A team of researchers from the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in Kwangju, South Korea developed a thermoelectric module that converts body heat into electricity and amplifies it to power wearable devices. details>>
  • Researchers use artificial muscles to build prototype of an air conditioner for the future

    Researchers at Saarland University (Saarbrucken, Germany) created a prototype of a new air conditioner that uses nickel-titanium (nitinol), which is a shape-memory material that releases heat when loaded in a superelastic state and absorbs heat when unloaded. details>>
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