Pumped Two Phase Cooling: The Advanced Thermal Management Solution for Emerging High Power Electronics Applications

Available On Demand until October 12, 2017

As the demand for higher power in lighter, smaller packages continues to increase, so does the need for a more advanced thermal management solution. Designs that once utilized the cooling capabilities of a pumped liquid system have now surpassed their failure threshold.

This Webinar will provide engineers with an understanding of the differences between pumped single-phase and pumped two-phase cooling. We will address the benefits of pumped two-phase and determine the thermal challenges that require the more advanced technology. We will end by looking into the benefits of a vapor compression system for zero-gravity environments.

For more information on the presented passive thermal technologies, please visit www.1-ACT.com.


Kimberly Fikse, Sales Engineer, Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.

Kimberly Fikse is a sales engineer for both the Defense Aerospace and Custom Products Groups. Ms. Fikse graduated from Penn State University with a BS in Energy Engineering. After graduation she worked for BMT Syntek Technologies as an engineering consultant for NAVSEA and NRL working on power and energy projects. After joining ACT, Ms. Fikse has worked with customers to diagnose complex thermal challenges and develop the appropriate thermal management solution. 

Devin Pellicone, Lead Engineer, Custom Products, Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.

Devin Pellicone is the Lead Engineer of Special Projects at Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. He has over 7 years of experience developing advanced thermal solutions for a wide range of aerospace, military, and commercial applications. He has a Master’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Villanova University with a concentration in thermofluid systems. Mr. Pellicone has extensive experience developing both active and passive solutions for challenging electronics cooling applications with a particular expertise in evaporative solutions. He has successfully demonstrated prototype thermal management systems for directed energy weapons (DEW), power flow controllers, laser diodes, and a variety of high heat flux electronic applications. He has been awarded numerous research grants to develop pumped two-phase flow solutions and has published several papers on the topic.

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