cooling fin

cooling fin

[′kül·iŋ ‚fin]
(mechanical engineering)
The extended element of a heat-transfer device that effectively increases the surface area.
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OTCBB: EFIR) is pleased to announce that their newest subsidiary Arctic Solar Engineering, LLC ("ASE") has recently filed a patent for their unique cooling fin design.
In design, a cooling fin is a small, thin appendage that is added onto the surface of a casting to enhance local cooling of the metal.
In their research, the quantification and application of the cooling fin effect were studied by adopting pure lead, zinc and copper as the casting medium, and silica sand with a quick-setting organic binder as the molding medium.
Plastic frames hold pairs of lithium-ion cells that sandwich an aluminum cooling fin.
Second, Cirmaker Technology's expertise in making cooling fin assemblies, a critical component of cooling units, results in smaller (about half the size of typical assemblies), higher quality (due to a patented design and manufacturing method), lower cost (20% less than typical competitors) and more efficient cooling products.
Second, Cirmaker's expertise in making cooling fin assemblies, a critical component of cooling units, results in smaller (about half the size of typical assemblies), higher quality (due to a patented design and manufacturing method), lower cost (20% less than typical competitors) and more efficient cooling products.
The optional extended bonnet and cooling fin provide a superb solution when precise and repeatable performance in high-temperature applications is required.
The cold side of the TE modules was adhered to a cooling fin assembly by a high-conductivity thermal paste.
The Cooling Fin technology expands the vehicle application potential of runflat tires.
Drive 50 miles at a maximum of 50 mph under run-flat conditions with Cooling Fin Technology.
The circular air cooling fin assembly (Fig 5), consisting of fins (29) and spacing rings (30) is attached by swaging the thickened portion of the fins (29a) to the barrel, .
Bridgestone has developed new Cooling Fin technology that expands the vehicle application potential of runflat tires.