Application of the Reynolds analogy to the estimation of the limits of cooling by natural convection (electron equipment)

  • M. E. Jacobs
  • Published 1990 in
    Fifth Annual Proceedings on Applied Power…
It is demonstrated that air flow for a required dissipation requires a predictable minimum pressure drop and that the dependency is a simple square-root relationship. The buoyancy of heated air as produced by the system electronics is the source to produce the available pressure difference. The maximum dissipation is shown to be proportional to the top area… CONTINUE READING