liquid cooling

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liquid cooling

[′lik·wəd ′kül·iŋ]
(engineering)
Use of circulating liquid to cool process equipment and hermetically sealed components such as transistors.
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The total output power of the transmitter is 106kw, and beyond the energy efficiency, the transmitter dissipates minimal heat load into the Broadcast Center because of its total liquid cooled design.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Liquid Cooled Spindle
Contemporary Perspectives on Liquid Cold Plate Design: Design and Manufacturing Liquid Cooled Heat Sinks for Electronics Cooling
The model will be the fourth incarnation of the two-stroke scooter, and will be offered in either a liquid cooled or an air-cooled version.
There are many definitions of liquid cooling and many opinions on what constitutes labeling a cooling strategy as being liquid cooled.
9 white paper Thermal Guidelines for Liquid Cooled Data Center Processing Environments describe five distinct classes for liquid cooled settings.
Based on the first all-new platform from Harley Davidson in 13 years, the bikes will sport new liquid cooled Revolution X powertrains, and will be aimed at young urban riders globally.
Liquid cooled servers are either suspended into a pool, or placed inside a sealed container which ensures the computer is in constant direct contact with the non-conductive liquid," explains Hopton.
Sept 25 60 min Liquid Cooled Heat Sinks, Heat Pipes and Cold Plates
9 while paper Thermal Guidelines for Liquid Cooled Data Center Processing Environments describe five distinct classes for liquid cooled settings.
With the Iceotope system, data centre operators can reduce or eliminate the requirement to run the CRAC units and chillers by directly connecting the liquid cooled servers to a recirculating "warm" (rather than chilled) water supply that transfers heat from the servers to the air outside the data centre.
The liquid cooled power modules may be used for small or large systems such as data or computer centers.

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