Liquid cooling the CPU by using the phenomenon of electrohydrodynamic flow of a fluid

Liquid cooling of the processor.

 

 

Liquid cooling the CPU by using the phenomenon of electrohydrodynamic flow of a fluid reduces energy consumption, noise from the operation of the device and its cost.

 

Description

Advantages

 


Description:

Traditionally, cooling of computer processor used air cooling: radiator with fan. For powerful processors with heat dissipation of over 100 watts of air cooling becomes ineffective.

More effective is liquid cooling.

The system of liquid cooling of the processor of the new generation is the phenomenon of electrohydrodynamic flow of a fluid, which is well studied.

The phenomenon of electrohydrodynamic flow of a fluid occurs when the electrodes are immersed in a fluid, which is a dielectric voltage that creates an electric field. As a result, in the liquid are formed by ions that are moving in this field. In the liquid dielectric occurs over, the speed is about 1 m/sec.

The phenomenon of electrohydrodynamic flow of a fluid directly convert the energy of electric field into mechanical energy the dielectric fluid.

On the basis of this phenomenon was created by the EDG-pump. EDG-pump reduces energy consumption, noise from the operation of the device and its cost.

 


Advantages:

– the system has no mechanical parts moving and rubbing parts,

– through the liquid, which is an insulator, the flow of small currents, which requires low power,

– operates silently

high efficiency of the device,

– technological simplicity of the device system

durability.

 

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