Major Concepts That Drive Our Designs

Cooling fins of old aluminium heat sink close-up. Fins from the old processor heat sink. Abstraction.In our most recent blog, we took a look at the components needed for thermal success, as well as what it meant to practice sustainable thermal management. Indeed, your industrial applications may be able to help you achieve a host of great capabilities, however, if you do not factor in the potential to overheat, you will quickly find yourself in a difficult predicament. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX continues this discussion on important factors that are considered when looking for thermal solutions and identifies a few of the major concepts that drive our thermal solutions.

Using Methods To Accomplish Thermal Management

Whether you are aware of it or not, technological applications are far from perfect. While they may tout the ability to amplify your productivity or reduce cycle times – and most do – it is important to recognize that even technology has limitations. For instance, every device is susceptible to overheating, and when this occurs, a range of results can take place.

Indeed, even the most powerful of devices are not immune to the effects of overheating, and as such, require some sort of solution to ensure internal temperatures are kept below a certain level. This is where our team comes in to help, however, as we have years of experience in the field working with sustainable solutions that optimize your capabilities.

In order to accomplish effective thermal management using a heat exchanger, however, it is important to be aware of the different methods that can be used and how these processes will work in your specific environment or setup. To learn more about this process and what our team can do to help, give us a call today.

Thermal Movement Versus Spreading

As technological devices operate, they produce waste heat. This energy will continue to grow until the internal temperatures of the application reach dangerous levels, resulting in overheating, system shutdown, and even permanent damage.

When looking to displace waste heat, there are a few different concepts to keep in mind. For instance, thermal movement occurs when heat is transferred from a source to a heat sink located a distance away, whereas spreading uses a second material of a larger cross-sectional area. Contact our team to learn more about the ways these methods can be used together in your thermal solution.

Recognizing Dissipation Practices

To remove waste heat by dissipation, the energy is spread or dispersed into another medium such as air or water. It can also be spread by radiation, and the rate at which this occurs depends on the friction between the object and medium itself.

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To learn more about the methods behind many of our high-quality heat exchanger solutions, contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our team and get started on your solution today.