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Archived Magazines » July 2006

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Disaster Recovery Site Improves Thermal Security

Disaster Recovery Site Improves Thermal Security Increasing thermal loads at Data Center operations combined with demands for increased operating security require operators to look for innovative methods of real-time thermal management. All corporate data operations require 24/7 uptime. In the event of a major outage the Disaster Recovery site?s performance can literally determine the fate of the company. A major multinational manufacturer has... details>>
 

Reducing Contact Thermal Resistance

Reducing Contact Thermal Resistance The trend in the electronics packaging industry is towards smaller, more powerful devices. With these small, high power components, however, there are also higher heat fluxes. As a result, engineers must find ways to minimize the thermal resistance from the electronic device junction to the ambient air. This thermal resistance can be expressed as Rja, where: Rja = Rjc + Rcs + Rsa. One way to... details>>
 

Portable Anemometer Simplifies Temperature and Air Velocity Measurement

Portable Anemometer Simplifies Temperature and Air Velocity Measurement Norwood, MA, October 2005 – Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) has introduced the ATVS-NxT™ hot wire anemometer, a fully portable scanner that provides rapid and highly precise measurements of temperature and air velocity for thermally characterizing electronic packages. The ATVS-NxT™ scanner operates details>>
 

APC Uses Airflow Simulation to Solve Data Center Cooling Problem

APC Uses Airflow Simulation to Solve Data Center Cooling Problem American Power Conversion (APC) helped diagnose and solve a potential overheating problem in a customer’s new data center by using simulation to evaluate alternative designs prior to installing the equipment. The simulation showed that the customer’s original design would result in overheating if a single computer room air conditioner (CRAC) failed for even a short period of time. details>>
 

Tony Kordyban to Deliver a One-day Short Course on August 2006

Tony Kordyban to Deliver a One-day Short Course on August 2006 Tony Kordyban, the author of two popular books, Hot Air Rises and Heat Sinks: Everything You Know About Cooling Electronics Is Wrong, and More Hot Air will deliver a short course on August 18, 2006 after this year's summit. details>>
 

Controller Characterizes Cold Plate and Heat Sink Cooling Performance

Controller Characterizes Cold Plate and Heat Sink Cooling Performance The HFC-100™ heat flux controller for characterizing the cooling capacity of cold plates and heat sinks. The HFC-100 can measure and control the level of heat within a cooling device to precisely calculate its power dissipation. The system includes a high heat flux chip simulator that can be customized for any size. details>>
 

Lytron Relaunches its Engineers Units Converter & Equation Solver

Lytron Relaunches its Engineers Units Converter & Equation Solver Lytron recently announced the upgrade of its Units Converter and Equation Solver. Unit conversion options have increased from 13 to 16 with the addition of kinematic viscosity, dynamic viscosity, and temperature difference. Equation options have increased from six to eight with the addition of volumetric flow rate and mass flow rate. Common liquid densities were added as well. Complimentary... details>>
 

Coolit v6.0 Executes Major Changes

Coolit v6.0 Executes Major Changes Coolit, the popular and powerful thermal and flow analysis software, delivers an impressive list of enhancements in its latest release. V6.0 delivers expanded CAD import capabilities, slashes the time required for fine grid calculations, adds multiple fluid domains within an Enclosure and is 64-bit ready. In addition, there are numerous ease-of-use and reporting advancements. details>>
 

Computer Simulation Helps Ensure Comfort Inside Exhibition Pavilion

Computer Simulation Helps Ensure Comfort Inside Exhibition Pavilion Engineers at Zibell Willner & Partners (ZWP) were able to substantially improve the ventilation of an exhibition pavilion in order to ensure comfort during summer months without having to provide air conditioning. They used Flovent software from Flomerics Inc. to model the flow of air through the pavilion, and modified the model to solve problems that the simulation identified in the original... details>>
 

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