Microcooling : study on the application of micromechanical techniques

J.F. Burger, H.J.M. Brake, ter, M.C. Elwenspoek, H. Rogalla

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    Abstract

    A review with 20 refs. Small scale low temp. electronic applications would largely benefit from the development of a closed-cycle microcooler, with a cooling power in the milliwatt range. In this article first the requirements for microcooling of LT electronics are considered. A review is presented of micromech. technologies and their possible application in a microcooler. Conventional cooling cycles are briefly reviewed on their suitability for miniaturization, and as an illustration, some first ideas on a miniature regenerative and a miniature recuperative cooling cycle are presented. [on SciFinder (R)]
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCryocoolers 9
    EditorsR.G. Ross
    Place of PublicationNew York
    PublisherPlenum Press
    Pages687-696
    ISBN (Print)0-306-45511-0
    Publication statusPublished - 1997
    Event9th International Cryocooler Conference (Cryocoolers 9) - Waterville Valley, NH, United States
    Duration: 25 Jun 199627 Jun 1996

    Conference

    Conference9th International Cryocooler Conference (Cryocoolers 9)
    Abbreviated titleCryocoolers 9
    CountryUnited States
    CityWaterville Valley, NH
    Period25/06/9627/06/96

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