An experimental and numerical investigation of the use of liquid flow in serpentine microchannels for microelectronics cooling

@inproceedings{AlNeama2017AnEA,
  title={An experimental and numerical investigation of the use of liquid flow in serpentine microchannels for microelectronics cooling},
  author={Ahmed F. Al-Neama and Nikil Kapur and Jonathan Summers and Harvey Thompson},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract This paper presents a combined experimental and numerical investigation of single-phase water flow and heat transfer in serpentine rectangular microchannels embedded in a heated copper block. The performance of four different microchannel heat sink (MCHS) configurations are investigated experimentally, the first having an array of straight rectangular microchannels (SRMs), while the other have single (SPSMs), double (DPSMs) and triple path multi-serpentine rectangular microchannels… CONTINUE READING

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