High-performance liquid metal cooling loops

@article{Ghoshal2005HighperformanceLM,
  title={High-performance liquid metal cooling loops},
  author={U. Ghoshal and Dr. med. H. Grimm and S. Ibrani and Colin Johnston and Amanda M. A. Miner},
  journal={Semiconductor Thermal Measurement and Management IEEE Twenty First Annual IEEE Symposium, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={16-19}
}
We present a single-phase liquid cooling technology that exploits the highly conducting nature and superior thermophysical properties of liquid metals to cool high density power sources (>200 Wcm/sup -2/) with very high heat transfer coefficients (/spl sim/20 Wcm/sup -2/K/sup -1/), and pump the liquid metals using power-efficient, non-moving, gravity/orientation independent magnetofluiddynamic (MFD) pumps. We have implemented and characterized this cooling scheme using miniature (<5 cm/sup 3… CONTINUE READING

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