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A Compact High Intensity Cooler (CHIC)
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published July 11, 1983 by SAE International in United States
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A unique heat exchanger has been developed with potential applications for cooling high power density electronics and perhaps high energy laser mirrors. The device was designed to absorb heat fluxes of approximately 50 w/cm2 (158,000 Btu/hr.ft2) with a low thermal resistance, a high surface temperature uniformity and very low hydraulic pumping power. A stack of thin copper orifice plates and spacers was bonded together and arranged to provide liquid jet impingement heat transfer on successive plates. This configuration resulted in effective heat transfer coefficients, based on the prime surface, of about 85,000 w/m2 °C (15,000 Btu/hr.ft2 °F) and 1.8 watts (.002 HP) hydraulic power with liquid Freon 11 as coolant.
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- T. J. Bland - Sundstrand Advanced Technology Group Division of Sundstrand Corporation Rockford, IL
- R. E. Niggemann - Sundstrand Advanced Technology Group Division of Sundstrand Corporation Rockford, IL
- M. B. Parekh - Sundstrand Advanced Technology Group Division of Sundstrand Corporation Rockford, IL
CitationBland, T., Niggemann, R., and Parekh, M., "A Compact High Intensity Cooler (CHIC)," SAE Technical Paper 831127, 1983, https://doi.org/10.4271/831127.
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