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Phase Change Material-Based Heat Sinks

Phase Change Material-Based Heat Sinks

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Publisher CRC Press Inc.
Year 01/12/2019
Edition First
Pages 197
Version hardback
Readership level College/higher education
Language English
ISBN 9780367344030
Categories Engineering thermodynamics
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Book description

Phase-change Material based heat sinks and associated optimization remains a topic of great interest, as evident from the increasing number of citations and new applications and miniaturization. Often the multi objective perspective of such heat sinks is ignored. This book introduces the readers to the PCM based heat sinks and Multi objective optimization. The authors have also included interesting in house experimental results on the "Rotating heat sinks" which is a first of a kind work. Useful to budding thermal researchers and practicing engineers in the field, this book is also a great start for students to understand the cooling applications in electronics and an asset to every library in a technical university. Since this book not only gives a critical review of the state of the art but also presents the authors' own results. The book will encourage, motivate and let the reader consider pursuing a research career in electronic cooling technologies.

Phase Change Material-Based Heat Sinks

Table of contents

Preface


List of Figures


List of Tables


Symbols


Notations


1 Introduction


1.1 Background


1.2 Organization of the book


1.3 Closure


2 Review of literature


2.1 Introduction


2.2 Experimental investigations on PCM based composite heat sinks


2.3 Numerical studies on PCM based _nned heat sinks


2.4 Optimization studies on PCM based _nned heat sinks


2.5 Thermosyphon assisted melting of PCM


2.6 Scope and objectives of the present study


2.7 Closure


3 Characterization of PCM And TCEs


3.1 Introduction


3.2 Selection of phase change material


3.3 Thermal conductivity enhancer(TCE)


3.4 Closure


4 Experimental Setup and Instrumentation


4.1 Introduction


4.2 Uncertainty analysis


4.3 Instrumentation for experimentation


4.4 Instrumentation for wireless temperature experiments on rotating heat sinks


4.5 Closure


5 Experimental Investigations on 72 Pin Fin Heat Sink with Discrete Heating


5.1 Introduction


5.2 Experimental setup and procedure


5.3 Results and discussion


5.4 Heat transfer correlations


5.5 Engineering usefulness of the correlation


5.6 Heat loss during experiments


5.7 Sensible and latent heat accumulation for pin _n heat sink subject to discrete non uniform heating


5.8 Conclusions


5.9 Closure


6 Multi-Objective Optimization Algorithms For 72 Pin Fin Heat Sinks


6.1 Introduction


6.2 Application of multi objective optimization algorithms


6.3 Experimental results for 72 pin heat sinks with discrete heating


6.4 Artificial Neural Network


6.5 Optimization of discrete heat input of 72 pin _n heat sinks


6.6 Goal programming


6.7 Results obtained with Non dominated sorting genetic algorithm- NSGA-II


6.8 Particle swarm optimization


6.9 Brute-Force search


6.10 Clustering of Pareto solutions


6.11 Discussion


6.12 Conclusions


6.13 Closure


7 Multi-Objective Geometric Optimization of a PCM Based Matrix Type Composite Heat Sink


7.1 Introduction


7.2 Experimental setup


7.3 Charging and discharging cycles


7.4 Baseline comparison of heat sink with PCM to that of heat sink without PCM


7.5 Numerical Model


7.6 Optimization


7.7 Conclusions


7.8 Closure


8 Experimental Investigation on Melting And Solidification of Phase Change Material Based Cylindrical Heat Sinks


8.1 Introduction


8.2 Experimental setup


8.3 Heat loss during experiments


8.4 Results and discussion


8.5 Numerical analysis


8.6 Engineering perspective of the cylindrical heat sink configurations


8.7 Conclu

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