Volume 3: Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing and Manufacturing; Heat Transfer in Electronic 2013
DOI: 10.1115/ht2013-17059 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Jet impingement cooling with phase change has shown the potential to meet the increased cooling capacity demands of high-power-density (of order 100 W/cm2) automotive electronics components. In addition to improved heat transfer, phase change cooling has the potential benefit of providing a relatively isothermal cooling surface. In the present study, two-phase jet impingement cooling of multiple electronic devices is investigated, where the fluorinated dielectric fluid HFE-7100 is used as the working fluid. Fo… Show more

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“…A two-phase cooling test facility was developed [94] for single and multiple jets impinging on a copper heat spreader, using a fluorocarbon working fluid (3M TM NOVEC TM 7100). Both smooth and finned impingement surfaces were tested.…”
Section: Two-phase Liquid Coolingmentioning
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“…A two-phase cooling test facility was developed [94] for single and multiple jets impinging on a copper heat spreader, using a fluorocarbon working fluid (3M TM NOVEC TM 7100). Both smooth and finned impingement surfaces were tested.…”
Section: Two-phase Liquid Coolingmentioning
“…Each orifice diameter, d, is 0.75 mm. The selection of the 5 x 5 jet array with a 0.75 mm orifice diameter is based on its capability in attaining higher heat fluxes compared to a single round jet; please refer to [14] for more details.…”
Section: Jet Arraymentioning