Advances in Electronics Cooling

@inproceedings{Marcinichen2013AdvancesIE,
  title={Advances in Electronics Cooling},
  author={Jackson Braz Marcinichen and Jonathan Olivier and Nicolas Lamaison and John Richard Thome},
  year={2013}
}
This article highlights the advantages of on-chip microchannel cooling technology, based on first- and second-law analysis and experimental tests on two types of cooling cycles, the first driven by an oil-free liquid pump and the second by an oil-free vapor compressor. The analysis showed that the drivers of the fluid were the main culprits for major losses. It was further found that when energy recovery is of importance, making use of a vapor compression cycle increases the quality of the… CONTINUE READING

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