Qpedia Thermal eMagazine Volume 4
- Apr. 19, 2012 - NORWOOD, Mass. --
Advanced Thermal Solutions (ATS) is now providing a new hardbound book comprising recent articles from Qpedia, the company’s widely referenced Thermal eMagazine. This fourth volume presents 48 technically detailed, full-color articles that cover the widening spectrum of electronics thermal management.
The articles discuss many of today’s cooling approaches, from multilayer minichannel heat sinks to electro-osmotic pumps to thermoelectric coolers. Other features offer an informative look at special thermal management needs, including high altitude heat transfer, data center cooling and defense electronics.
The new Qpedia book, volume four, also includes features on thermal grease, fans, cold plates, refrigeration systems and heat sinks. Further articles explain how to optimize thermal vias, use pool boiling for component cooling and improve CFD modeling of PCBs for more effective thermal management.
All articles in this useful collection are written and edited for engineer-level readers by the thermal and mechanical engineers from Advanced Thermal Solutions. The authors include Kaveh Azar, Ph.D., the company’s president and CEO; and Bahman Tavassoli, Ph.D., its chief technologist. Both Drs. Azar and Tavassoli are internationally recognized experts in the thermal management of electronics.
This new fourth collection of Qpedia technical articles can be ordered from the ATS’ website at http://www.qats.com/Qpedia/Books/47.aspx
. The three preceding volumes are also available. Each volume can be purchased separately and discounts are added to orders of multiple copies. See Qats.com for details.
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Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc. (ATS) is a leading-edge engineering/
manufacturing company focused on the thermal management of electronics. Founded in 1989 as a consulting company, ATS has evolved to a complete thermal solutions provider and is world renown for its portfolio of more than 450 high- and ultra-performance heat sinks, research-quality test equipment, and leading-edge R&D. In the interval of three years, ATS has established its own manufacturing center in the U.S., developed strategic partnerships with Asian manufacturers and opened ATS-Europe, its sales and engineering office in Holland. As ATS has significantly increased its customer base, its product offerings have also expanded to include Advanced Fan Trays, Liquid Cooling Systems, Advanced Cooling Systems and Next-Generation Thermal Test Instruments.Photo: