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May 2016

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Feature Article

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Considerations When Designing a Heat Exchanger

When you are looking to reclaim heat, remove heat to speed a cooling process, or simply transfer energy from one source to another, a heat exchanger is the right device for the job. Because the purposes for heat exchangers vary so greatly, so do the designs.

 

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Sponsored Announcement
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Advancements in Thermal Management Discount Deadline June 9th

The deadline to register for a discounted Advancements in Thermal Management Conference pass is June 9th. Join industry leaders such as IBM Research and the IBM Advanced Thermal Lab, NREL, University of California - Riverside, Outlast Technologies/CoorTek, Cradle North America, FLIR, and many more. Sign up today.

 

Thermal 2016 will boast the largest program in the event's history with more sessions and several pre-conference workshops, making it the most comprehensive thermal educational conference experience in the industry. Sign up today.

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New Products

Jaro’s Skived-Copper Fin Heat Sink Keeps Servers Cool

Specifically designed for use with data storage, high-density, backup, or cloud servers, Jaro’s low-profile, 1U CPU cooler (with heat-sink) is well suited for Intel processors that interact with square socket (2011) types. - Read More

 

Rogers Corporation Introduces 92ML Thermally Enhanced Laminates and Prepregs

Rogers Corp. has introduced 92ML materials. These thermally enhanced laminates and prepregs are specifically engineered and manufactured to meet the demands of high power applications. - Read More

 

Laird Temperature Microcontroller Monitors and Protects Medical Diagnostic Equipment

Laird has developed the SR-54 series programmable temperature controller that can be incorporated into a thermoelectric assembly (TEA) to add integrated, customizable and precise temperature control for medical diagnostic equipment. - Read More

Industry News

Thermal Interface Materials Enabling new Applications

While there are obviously similarities, different applications have different key requirements of the TIMs. In all cases, the TIM needs to minimize stress, prevent electromigration of its fillers, and maximize adhesion. Thermal Interface Materials 2016-2026 explores in detail the relationship between the form factors and characteristics of different commercial product offerings and their applications, focused on new opportunities and gaps in the market. - Read More

 

Thermacore Porous Layer Technology Cools the World’s Largest Solar Telescope

Thermacore, Inc. has delivered a high-power heat stop for the 41.5-meter tall Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST), located atop the Haleakalā volcano on the Hawaiian island of Maui. Once operational, the DKIST will be able to provide the sharpest views ever taken of the solar surface. - Read More

 

QuantaCool Selects Schubert b2b to Design New Sales-Ready Website for Electronics Cooling Systems

QuantaCool, a developer of cooling solutions for high-powered electronics, selected Schubert b2b to design a new website (www.quantacool.com) to support the company as it goes to market with its PolarBox, PolarRak and PolarMax product lines. - Read More

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Event Listings

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Battery Power 2016Battery Power 2016
August 3-4
Denver, Colo.

 

Battery Power 2016 is has released its preliminary program. The conference highlights the latest developments impacting mobile, stationary and EV battery systems including smart phones, tablets, medical devices, critical power systems, telecom and automotive applications. Speaking slots are still available. Click here for additional information.

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