How to choose the best cold plate and deploy it for electronics cooling.

Liquid cooling has been increasing in use for many years and this corresponds to the increase in the power and density of electronics. Indeed, “The increase in computer density will continue to make air cooling less and less feasible, compared with liquid cooling. Between 2018 and 2023, the engineered fluids market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 8.8% to reach $1,304 million, from $854 million in 2018, Out of all the market’s sub sectors, it is the heat transfer fluids (cooling) segment that is expected to register the highest CAGR. ” According to an article in Electropages by Nnamdi Anyadike.

So it is important for engineers to have the tools and knowledge necessary to implement liquid cooling. And we have 3 resources that are helpful:

First, our webinar on 9-17-20 “Selecting and Designing Liquid Cold Plates for Deployment in Electronic Systems”. This webinar is live and our speaker is Dr. Kaveh Azar, Ph.D. Here’s what we’ll cover:

The use of liquid cooling systems is becoming more practical and effective for managing skyrocketing increases in power dissipation. But how do you decide when you need to cool with liquid? How do you find the right liquid cooling system for your application? This section provides the best practices for implementing a liquid cooling system at the device level.

You can join our webinar at this link:

Second, is a tutorial on liquid cooling simulation from our webinar sponsor 6SigmaET. In this tutorial, engineers will learn how to conduct and analyze liquid cooling using thermal simulation using 6SigmaET. Click the image to get to the tutorial.

Th6SigmaET Tutorial on liquid cooling simulation

Third, we have an Engineering eBook from ATS available on liquid cooling. Engineers are welcome to download it without registering, just click the following link and get your PDF copy:

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