Why air cooling?
heat emitting applications and electronics, air cooling is used to achieve high
heat dissipation and heat transfer. In certain cases, air cooling is preferred
for its reliability and compact assembly over liquid cooling, particularly when
leakage may be a concern. Though water transfers heat better than air, air
cooling remains a highly competitive, efficient and cost-effective cooling practice.
Where is air cooling used?
is used in situations where size matters and cooling is critical, for instance
in power electronics – semiconductors – converters – inverters – LEDs – GPUs
Generative air cooling
heat sinks designed using generative technology provide additional layers of
performance and adaptability. Each design is unique,
precisely optimized to your heat source(s), manufacturing method, material, and
dimensions, resulting in hot spot reduction. Freeing the flow from the
conventional pipe like s-shaped structure and channeling it through islands
instead greatly reduces the pressure drop as well as increases flow uniformity.
This results in high temperature uniformity and heat transfer.
Generative design offers a state of the art
approach to liquid cooling design, providing usable, manufacture ready results
in addition to new, valuable design insight.