Power Electronics

The efficiency of cooling systems becomes a cornerstone in power electronics technology development.

Optimal cooling system should be two-phase, compact and reliable.

 
The industry of power electronics thermal regulation has to face the following problems:
  • Rapid growth of heat dissipation makes it ineffective to use single phase cooling systems;

  • Due to the demand for more compact devices, the thermal interface area of heating components is consantly shrinking;

  • Large weights of traditional cooling systems hinders power electronics use;

  • The requirements for power electronics reliability are tightening. The efficient cooling is the key for power electronics reliability.

Passive two-phase LHP-based heat transfer systems

LHP fully meet the requirements for power electronics cooling systems and can allow for:

  • reduction in energy consumption;

  • reduction of size and weight of power electronics devices due to lightweight, freely configurable cooling system;

  • performance improvements;

  • extension of lifetime of power electronic devices;

  • reliable operation under extreme conditions (any orientation in space, temperature range from -50ºС to +250ºС);

  • protection from physical wear;

  • no scheduled maintenance.