Enabling Two-Phase Immersion Cooling to Support High TDP

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Program:
COOLERCHIPS
Award:
$1,711,402
Location:
Fairfax, Virginia
Status:
Selected
Project Term:
04/19/2024 - 04/18/2027
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Technology Description:

Intel Federal will develop ultra-low-thermal resistance, coral-shaped immersion cooling heat sinks integrated with a 3D vapor chamber cavity for high-power devices. Intel’s design would address the challenge of adapting two-phase immersion cooling by optimizing 3D vapor chambers to spread the heat more effectively. This is paired with innovative boiling enhancement coatings to reduce thermal resistance by promoting high nucleation site density.

Contact

ARPA-E Program Director:
Dr. Peter de Bock
Project Contact:
Mr. Tejas Shah
Press and General Inquiries Email:
ARPA-E-Comms@hq.doe.gov
Project Contact Email:
tejas1.shah@intel.com

Partners

Purdue University
Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.

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Release Date:
09/22/2022