On-Chip Cooling of Hot-Spots with a Copper Micro-Evaporator
Hot-spots are present in micro-electronics and are challenging to cool effectively. Using a copper micro-evaporator mounted on a pseudo-chip, on-chip two-phase cooling was found to very effectively cool the hot-spots without inducing flow instabilities. Building on a flow pattern-based prediction method developed for uniform heat flux conditions, the experimental results could be well predicted.
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Record created on 2013-02-27, modified on 2016-08-09