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  • Commonly used materials for LED radiators are metal materials, inorganic non-metallic materials and polymer materials. Among them, polymer materials include plastics, rubber, chemical fibers, etc. The thermal conductive materials include metals and some inorganic non-metallic materials.

    2022-09-05

  • What is a heat pipe radiator? A heat pipe radiator is a new product that uses heat pipe technology to make significant improvements to many old radiators or heat exchange products and systems. There are two types of heat pipe radiators: natural cooling and forced air cooling. The thermal resistance value of the air-cooled heat pipe radiator can be made smaller, and it is often used in high-power power supplies.

    2022-07-26

  • Computer Heat Sinks may be familiar to many computer enthusiasts or owners. Our desktop computer makes a sound as soon as it works inside the main unit, which is the heat sink. Laptops also have built-in Heat Sinks. Usually to lower CPU temperature, works fine. We need to buy an external radiator when we play games for a long time, so how exactly does a radiator work?

    2022-07-19

  • Point-of-care testing allows medical staff to accurately achieve real-time diagnostic results within an hour, rather than days. PCR-based point of care testing is considered the gold standard for diagnosing

    2022-06-14

  • Custom-designed for fanless operation from the ground up, the Heat Sink is capable of cooling modern high-end CPUs with low to moderate heat dissipation completely passively in enclosures with good natural convection.

    2022-06-14

  • Power densities in electronic subsystems continue to increase, driving demand for more cooling power alternatives that increasingly include liquid cooling as a viable candidate. To optimize thermal management efficiency, sustainability and reliability, designers of systems that use liquid cooling are exploring innovative combinations of component materials, including advanced thermoplastics,

    2022-06-14

  • There are trends that are driving the need for thermal interface solutions in the electronics marketplace. The first, is data consumption. As devices get more powerful to handle the amount of data that is being transferred over our IP networks, they are generating more heat. We’ve all heard of terabytes, gigabytes, megabytes, what about exabytes? A friend of mine, Larry, thinks the next one will be yotabytes.

    2022-06-14

  • We got a couple of questions embedded in here and it’s just sort of to get an idea. For example, this one, “Do you currently have a good understanding of when and how to utilize vapor chambers, as opposed to heat pipes?” So, we just get a feeling of feedback from the audience as to what their expertise level is, so if you can go ahead and vote on that and we’ll take a look at the results later on today.

    2022-06-14

  • YY Thermal now provides fans heat sinks for component sizes ranging from 27mm to 70mm square. The wider size range accommodates hot semiconductor components, including FPGAs, ASICS and other package types used in telecomm, optics, test/measurement, military and other applications.

    2022-06-14

  • Generative design is an iterative design process that use of a program to generate a set of optimized designs that meet product performance requirements, Methods that transform statements of performance requirements into product designs are also known as inverse design methods

    2022-06-14

  • With the increase in heat dissipation from microelectronics devices and the reduction in overall form factors, thermal management becomes a more a more important element of electronic product design.

    2022-06-14

  • For cost reduction I was thinking about the following:Complete Aluminium spreader block like in the other sample we received, instead of half copper.

    2022-06-14