How does generative design of heat sink topology increase thermal performance? Imagine what it would be like to not be limited by your brain. We are all influenced by our education and life experiences, making our brain not only biased, but also limited. In heat sink design, this notion makes innovation harder than it needs to be.
Thermal design has always been a cornerstone for innovation. Today, that innovation has resulted in size conscious products that deliver more, faster, to maintain their competitive edge. This has resulted in more power being packed in today‘s smaller gadgets, which means that they generate more heat than their predecessors did. The increase in heat generation demands more robust and efficient cooling to ensure product reliability and efficiency.
When starting to design a cooling system for your application, first determine the boundary conditions of the application. Once these are established, there are additional steps to address the cooling for any product.
How can you recognize efficient cooling? In this lecture, Joris expounds on a heat sink for an IGBT, an electronic component. He highlights 3 features of Diabatix’s heat sink designs which result in high performance cooling.
A year ago, on April 1st, 2021, the Leuven-based Diabatix launched their online platform ColdStream. In doing so, they introduced … Continue reading Diabatix Launches Coldstream 2 on April 7
GLM is investing in the great potential of the 800V Silicon Carbide (SiC) inverter. Using SiC permits faster, more efficient, and lightweight drivetrains and, with ColdStream, a more efficient cooling system.
Taking advantage of our cloud-based platform ColdStream, Formula Student Team Delft could generate a more efficient cooling jacket for their racing car.
Diabatix puts its mix of AI processes and human creativity in service of the ambitious FS Team Delft: The Formula Student team at the University of Delft, the Netherlands.