Qpedia Thermal eMagazine
Qpedia Issue 103
Qpedia: Issue 103
Tubed and Submerged-Fin Cold Plates in Electronics
Many of today’s electronic devices need the performance of liquid
cooling to meet the thermal demands of certain hot components.
Liquid cold plates are common cooling systems in applications...
Localized Cooling with Cold Plates
Many applications in electronics cooling require a cold plate to
remove heat from discrete components laid out on a board. In these
circumstances, it is more efficient that the liquid does not completely
fill the cold plate but is only transferred to areas that need to be cooled.
Thermal Interface Material
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
From CPU coolers to thermal interface materials (TIM) to sensors and test
instruments to advanced materials and concepts and more..