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Archived Magazines » November 2005

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Micro-Channels- what are they?

Micro-Channels- what are they? High heat flux in the electronic components is the result of a constant push for packing more processing power in smaller packages. In many applications, the heat flux values have reached a point where traditional air cooling solutions are no longer sufficient. details>>
 

Calculating Interface Resistance

Calculating Interface Resistance This calculator uses the theory developed by Yovonovich, et.al, to calculate the interface resistance for two rectangular surfaces pressed against one another using a pressure of P.rnrn details>>
 

Smaller channels = higher performance

Smaller channels = higher performance Mikros technologies has introduced a line of high performance liquid cold plates in the past year for dealing with high heat flux applications in a variety of industries. As the demand for even higher capability grows so does our technology for increasing the thermal performance of our NCP cold plates. details>>
 

Seagate Builds Reliability With Coolit

Seagate Builds Reliability With Coolit Seagate prides itself on the reliability of its hard drives and counts on Coolit to help it create thermal designs that ensure this high reliability. Take for example, a low cost, 3-1/2 inch external hard drive that was developed for the retail desktop market. details>>
 

Heat Sinks Cool Components in Low Air Flow Conditions

Heat Sinks Cool Components in Low Air Flow Conditions details>>
 

Short Course on Liquid Cooling - December 9, 2005 Santa Clara, CA

Short Course on Liquid Cooling - December 9, 2005 Santa Clara, CA This short course presents a birds-eye view of liquid cooling technology. While liquid cooling is not at all new, most civilian electronics cooling applications have been air cooled for the last couple of decades. What does it take to plan, design details>>
 

Thermal Simulation Helps Silicon Graphics Keep Its New Supercomputer Cool

Thermal Simulation Helps Silicon Graphics Keep Its New Supercomputer Cool As today’s leading high performance computing companies continue to pack more processors into smaller boxes, it becomes critical to get the heat they generate out of the box as quickly as possible. Silicon Graphics faced these challenges when they developed their new SGI® Altix® 3700 Bx2 supercomputer. They turned to Flotherm software from Flomerics, which reduces the time and skill required... details>>
 

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