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Cooling Breakthrough for Computers and Car Electronics

Researchers Suresh Garimella and Tannaz Harirchia at Purdue University reportedly have  “developed and tested new mathematical formulas concerning the properties of boiling liquids in “micro-channels.”” Representing a breakthrough in micro-channel cooling technology, this may totally change how cooling systems are designed in everything from computers to electric and hybrid cars. If micro-channel cooling technology does take off, will we be seeing micro-channel heat sinks or fluid filled chips in the not too distant future?

Researchers Suresh Garimella and Tannaz Harirchia at Purdue University reportedly have  “developed and tested new mathematical formulas concerning the
properties of boiling liquids in “micro-channels.”” Representing a
breakthrough in micro-channel cooling technology, this may totally
change how cooling systems are designed in everything from computers to
electric and hybrid cars. If micro-channel cooling technology does take
off, will we be seeing micro-channel heat sinks or fluid filled chips
in the not too distant future?

“Researchers at Purdue
University have had a breakthrough that may completely change how
engineers design cooling systems in everything from computers to
electric and hybrid cars.”

News via [cnet]

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