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dc.contributor.authorNaphon P.
dc.contributor.authorWongwises S.
dc.contributor.authorWiriyasart S.
dc.description.abstractAn experimental investigation on the thermal cooling of vapor chamber for cooling computer processing unit of the personal computer is performed. Two different configurations of the vapor chambers with de-ionized water as working fluid are tested under the real operating conditions of PCs. Parametric studies including different aspect ratios, fill ratios, and operating conditions of PC on the CPU temperature are considered. It was found that the vapor chamber cooling technique has significant effect on the thermal cooling of CPU. Average CPU temperatures obtained from the vapor chamber cooling system are 4.1%, 6.89% lower than those from the conventional cooling system for no load and 90% operating loads, respectively. In additional, this cooling system requires 6.89%, 10.53% lower energy consumption for no load and 90% operating loads, respectively. The results of this study are of technological importance for the efficient design of cooling systems of the personal computers or electronic devices to enhance cooling performance. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.
dc.subjectComputer processing
dc.subjectCooling performance
dc.subjectCooling technique
dc.subjectEfficient designs
dc.subjectElectronic device
dc.subjectElectronics cooling
dc.subjectExperimental investigations
dc.subjectNo load
dc.subjectOperating condition
dc.subjectOperating loads
dc.subjectParametric study
dc.subjectReal operating conditions
dc.subjectThermal cooling
dc.subjectVapor chamber
dc.subjectWorking fluid
dc.subjectAspect ratio
dc.subjectCooling systems
dc.subjectEnergy utilization
dc.subjectPersonal computers
dc.subjectProgram processors
dc.subjectThermoelectric equipment
dc.subjectWater vapor
dc.subjectElectronic cooling
dc.titleOn the thermal cooling of central processing unit of the PCs with vapor chamber
dc.identifier.bibliograpycitationInternational Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer. Vol 39, No.8 (2012), p.1165-1168
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