Comparative Studies | Mechanical Engineering | India | Volume 6 Issue 3, March 2017
Experimental Analysis of Hybrid Vortex Cooling System
Neeta P Mathurvaishya | Sameer Y. Bhosale
Abstract: For an electronic system thermal management is a serious issue for maintaining its performance and reliability. Hot-spots is the other problem which causes damage to the system. In this section an experimental analysis is performed to eliminate the hot-spots by considering SWaP. A hybrid system is designed by using water and air as cooling fluid with the consecutive heat transfer mode such as conduction, convection and multiphase. The experimental heat inputs are 100W, 250W and 500W which is being dissipated by using 12W of axial fan. This system successfully reaches the room temperature at the expense of 30seconds. The heat dissipation enhancement by using this system is 28 % over liquid cold plate with the Reynolds Number 6000-16000.
Keywords: Liquid cold plate, embedded heat pipe, vortex generators, multiphase heat transfer
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 3, March 2017,
Pages: 1303 - 1305
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