Franklin Robinson

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Research on heat transport in microscale has been generating much interest in the recent years due to the development of state-of-the-art high-powered electronics used in aerospace and terrestrial applications and the large amount of heat produced during their operation. Microscale two-phase-flow heat-transport devices are seen as one solution to this(More)
Industrial cooling with seawater, particularly at elevated temperature and salinity, shortens the useful lives of conventional metallic heat exchangers. Cost effective, corrosion-resistant heat exchangers are required to fully utilize available saline water resources. Polymer composites, which use carbon fibers for thermal and mechanical reinforcement, are(More)
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