A.V. Luikov Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer

http://www.itmo.by/  
220072 Minsk, Brovki str. 15

Manufacturing technology of cooling systems for heat-loaded hard-to-reach electronic components and devices, thin and ultra-thin steam chambers

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

Belarus

IDENTIFIER

TO5917

PUBLISHED

2022-12-09

LAST UPDATE

2022-12-10

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Responsible
Svetlana Markova
+375 29 752 8328
sveta_oms@itmo.by
Summary
A.V. Luikov Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer offers consumers a technology for manufacturing cooling systems for heat-loaded hard-to-reach electronic components and devices under a commercial agreement with technical assistance, thin and ultra-thin steam chambers under a manufacturing agreement and is looking for partners to conclude a technical cooperation agreement.
Description
Thin (thickness from 1 to 3 mm) and ultrathin (thickness from 0.4 to 1 mm) steam chambers have been developed for cooling systems for heat-loaded hard-to-reach electronic components and devices, including mobile devices.
phones and tablets.

The steam chamber with a thickness of 1 to 3 mm is designed for cooling systems for hard-to-reach heat-loaded
electronic components and devices.

Unique superhydrophilic wicks for steam chambers with enhanced capillary transport characteristics have been developed.

Various types of surface hydrophobization, modes for creating a surface with controlled wetting properties have been tested.

Steam chambers are characterized by high isothermality (thermal resistance from 0.1 K/W (with a thickness of 3 mm) to 1 K/W (with a chamber thickness of 1 mm)), which is comparable to the best world analogues:
* Thermacore, USA (0.1..0.25 K/W for chamber thickness 1..2.5 mm);
* Fujikura, Japan (0.2..0.3 K/W for chamber thickness 0.7..1.5 mm).
In addition, the developed steam chambers have a high heat transfer capacity (from 30 W (with a chamber thickness of 1 mm) to 85 W (with a thickness of 3 mm), low cost, resistance to deep freezing and vibration; they are gravitationally independent.

The use of compact steam chambers will solve the problem of thermal stabilization of hard-to-reach point electronics elements. They can be used to cool optoelectronic components at a high heat flux density, cool components of laser technology, radar systems and power electronics, control the temperature of heat sources in space technology. Reducing the operating temperatures of the above components and devices will increase their service life, prevent premature failure of the devices in which they are installed, and thereby reduce the cost of repair and maintenance, as well as the production or purchase of new elements and disposal of old ones.

More information - Catalog of R&D products and services of the A.V. Luikov Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer of the NAS of Belarus 2021 "ACTUAL DEVELOPMENTS, RESEARCH, MEASUREMENT AND TESTING", p.27 (in Russian)
Advantages and Innovations
In comparison with world analogues, the developed steam chambers have a high heat transfer capacity (from 20 W with a chamber thickness of 0.4 mm to 85 W with a thickness of 3 mm), high isothermality (thermal resistance from 0.1 K/W at a thickness of 3 mm, up to 1.8 K/W at 0.4 mm chamber thickness), low cost, resistance to deep freezing, vibration, gravitationally independent.
Stage of development
Already on the market
Funding source
State budged
Internal
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Secret know-how
Sector group
Aeronautics, Space and Dual-Use Technologies
ICT Industry & Services
Materials
Nano and micro technologies

Client information

Type
R&D institution
Year established
1952
NACE keywords
C.28.99 - Manufacture of other special-purpose machinery n.e.c.
D.35.30 - Steam and air conditioning supply
M.72.19 - Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
M.74.90 - Other professional, scientific and technical activities n.e.c.
Turnover (in EUR)
10-20M
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Yes
Additional comments
A.V. Luikov Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer of the NAS of Belarus is the largest scientific institution in the republic dealing with fundamental and applied problems of heat and mass transfer, fluid dynamics, energy, heat engineering, chemical physics, physics of combustion and explosion, nanotechnologies, as well as the creation of energy-efficient and environmentally friendly technologies and equipment, devices and devices for energy and mechanical engineering, agro-industrial complex and construction industry, medicine, chemical, electronic, radio engineering, food industry, space industry.

Main directions of scientific and technical activity:
- processes of heat and mass transfer in capillary-porous bodies, disperse systems, rheological and turbulent media, non-equilibrium flows, low-temperature plasma and in the interaction of radiation with matter;
- dynamics, transfer and elementary processes in systems with chemical and phase transformations;
- physical kinetics, heat transfer and transport processes on micro- and nanoscales;
- energy-efficient heat and mass transfer technologies, equipment and devices;
- transfer processes, heat transfer in biological systems and complex molecules;
- physical and structural properties of substances, materials and surfaces under internal structuring and extreme impacts;
- mechanics of liquids, gases and plasma;
- mechanics and rheology of viscoelastic media under shear, temperature, electromagnetic influences;
- numerical methods and software packages for numerical simulation of physical, chemical and heat transfer processes;
- catalytic technologies and equipment for the production of hydrogen, synthesis-, endo- and exo-gases, synthetic and mixed fuels;
- technologies and equipment for the processes of obtaining nano- and micro-structures and materials;
- plasma, plasma-chemical and chemical methods of waste treatment and disposal.

The Institute carries out scientific, scientific-organizational and scientific-production cooperation with academic and industry research institutes, universities, design bureaus, associations and enterprises of Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Lithuania, Latvia, China, USA, India, Germany, Poland , Czech Republic, Israel, Brazil, Italy, France and other countries.
Languages spoken
English
Russian

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Commercial agreement with technical assistance
Manufacturing agreement
Technical cooperation agreement
Type and role of partner sought
Consumers interested in purchasing technology for manufacturing cooling systems for heat-loaded hard-to-reach electronic components and devices under a commercial agreement with technical assistance, thin and ultra-thin steam chambers under a manufacturing agreement.

Partners interested in developing technology for manufacturing cooling systems for heat-loaded hard-to-reach electronic components and devices, improving the design of thin and ultra-thin steam chambers under a technical cooperation agreement.
Type and size of partner sought
> 500
251-500
SME 51-250
SME 11-50
SME <= 10
R&D Institution
University
Sole proprietor

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