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A Self-Contained System for Thermal Management of Next Generation High Heat Flux Electronics

 Michael M. Ohadi, Ph.D. Professor of Mechanical Engineering University of Maryland/Petroleum Institu
  31st-Oct-2008
Description: High pressure drops often limit application of micro and minichannel evaporators/condensers for electronics cooling Microgrooved force-fed evaporators and condensers combine high heat transfer rate of microchannels with low pressure drops which make them an attractive alternative to . . .
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A Self-Contained System for Thermal Management of Next Generation High Heat Flux Electronics
Michael M. Ohadi, Ph.D. Professor of Mechanical Engineering University of Maryland/Petroleum Institute
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