July 2015



Feature Articles


Joint Workflow for Thermal Simulations of Electric Machines
CD-adapco and ebm-papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG

With material costs constantly rising, it has become crucial to optimize the use of electric machines by maximizing the torque during the material lifetime. As the torque is mostly limited by the maximum temperature allowed on the windings, it is essential to predict the temperature profile of the machine accurately and as early as possible in the design process.


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The Role of Quick Disconnect Couplings in Liquid Cooling Applications

Colder Products Company

The use of liquid cooling to mitigate heat generated by electronics can be found in a wide variety of applications including gaming computers, supercomputers and medical equipment. But the widest acceptance of the technology is in today’s data center industry, where server manufacturers are turning to liquid cooling for cost-efficient and effective thermal management. Here, in particular, quick disconnect couplings are playing an integral role in cooling system performance and reliability.


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Sponsored Announcement

Thermal 2015 Conference Brochure Released

With less an a month until the event kicks off, the Advancements in Thermal Management 2015 conference has released its final event brochure. This Program Guide features the full and complete schedule of sessions at the event.


Boasting the most technical sessions ever, and three new pre-conference workshops (See Sidebar) 2015 will be the largest Advancements in Thermal Management to date. Sign up and don't miss it. Online registration closes July 28th.


This event provides a technical forum to discuss developments in technology, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements in the temperature management industry.

New Products

EIC Solutions Introduces High Delta T Thermoelectric Air Conditioners to Combat Harsh Cooling Environments

EIC Solutions, Inc. has introduced their first High Delta T Thermoelectric Air Conditioners as part of the ThermoTEC series. These air conditioners, ThermoTEC 142 and 146 series coolers, feature High Delta T capabilities to achieve greater drops from ambient temperatures compared to standard models. - Read More


Emerson Network Power Introduces Perimeter Cooling Solutions to Lower Data Center Operating Costs

Emerson Network Power has introduced the Liebert PDX and Liebert PCW compact perimeter cooling systems to help data center managers achieve the highest efficiency and protection with low capital, installation and maintenance costs. - Read More


scSTREAM/HeatDesigner V12 Released

Cradle has released scSTREAM/HeatDesigner V12. scSTREAM is general purpose, structured grid Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software used when exact geometrical details do not strongly influence the overall flow field. Applications can include electronics cooling, HVAC, architecture, and others. - Read More


STAR-CCM+ v10.04 a Game Changer for Engineering Simulation with the Addition of Computational Solid Mechanics

CD-adapco has released STAR-CCM+ v10.04, the second release in 2015 of its flagship simulation tool. The latest release represents a major step forward in the company’s vision of allowing its customers to “discover better designs, faster” using Multidisciplinary Design eXploration (MDX). - Read More


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Industry News

Global Data Center Cooling Market is Expected to Reach $11.65 Billion, by 2020

According to a new report by Allied Market Research titled, “Global Data Center Cooling Market – Size, Share, Global Trend, Company Profiles, Demand, Insights, Analysis, Research, Report, Opportunities, Segmentation, and Forecast 2014 – 2020″, the global data center cooling market is expected to reach $11.65 billion by 2020. - Read More


Amid 30% IR Imaging Market Growth, FLIR Systems Confirms its Leadership

The uncooled thermal camera market re-entered a growth phase in 2014, after a subpar 2012 and 2013, thanks to an earlier-than expected stabilization of military demand and a dynamic commercial business. In its latest report, Uncooled Infrared Imaging Technology & Market Trends(June 2015 edition), Yole Développement (Yole) announces 30 percent growth in shipments. - Read More


National Thermal Engineering Day Honors Those Who Manage Heat in Electronic Devices

Today’s electronic devices are more complex, smarter, smaller, faster running and hotter than ever. If they get too hot, electronic devices will malfunction or stop working entirely. Excess heat problems occur in many places, from chips on a circuit board to room-sized stations that provide millions with access to the Internet and smart phone connections. - Read More


After Fundraising, New Collaborations and Acquisitions – Microfluidic Players are in Position

Several microfluidic companies have diversified their activities and launched growth strategies, seeking to provide unique offerings and reach a broader customer range. That’s according to the latest Yole Développement (Yole) report, Microfluidic Applications in the Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences, In-Vitro Diagnostic and Medical Device Markets 2015. - Read More


Event Listings


Battery PowerBattery Power 2015 Digital Brochure Available

Join hundreds of design engineer, OEMs, end-users and battery manufacturers at Battery Power 2015, August 5-6 in Denver, Colo. This years event will provide OEM and mobile device engineers the tools and technologies to get the most from their mobile devices: from new battery designs to wireless charging.

The conference program has been finalized and the digital brochure is available. Click here to view the brochure, which details each session, workshops, exhibitor and the co-located event, Advancements in Thermal Management.

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