Qpedia Thermal eMagazine
Qpedia: Issue 102
Effective cooling of high-powered CPUs on dense server boards
The main goal of electronics thermal management is to
efficiently remove enough heat from a device’s active region
so that it stays within its rated temperature.
Electronics Cooling with Thermoelectric Assemblies
Thermoelectric assemblies (TEA) efficiently control temperature
in many applications across a variety of industries, such as,
in optics, lasers in medical and industrial instrumentation,
and bio-sample storage units for medical diagnostics.
Data Center Cooling
Qpedia continues its review of technologies developed for electronics cooling
applications. We are presenting selected patents that were awarded to developers
around the world to address cooling challenges.
New Thermal Product Showcase
EC fans provide low-power cooling
3D-Printed Cooler for High Performance Chips
Thermally Optimized Wedgelocks