19 May '11, 1pm

Parker unveils revolutionary two-phase cooling technology power rack for wind turbine systems at WindPower 2011

Parker unveils revolutionary two-phase cooling technology power rack for wind turbine systems at WindPower 2011

The flexibility of Parker’s technology and its use in racks, cabinets, and containers has been implemented in many other industrial markets where it has been easily configured to cool a variety of applications such as power electronics, motors, transformers, and batteries. The dual-phase liquid cooling process continuously cycles a refrigerant within a sealed, closed-loop system to cool a wide range of systems. The system uses a small pump to deliver just enough coolant to the evaporator - usually a series of one or more cold plates optimized to acquire the heat from the device(s). In so doing, the coolant begins to vaporize maintaining a cool uniform temperature on the surface of the device. The resulting two-phase coolant is then pumped to a heat exchanger where it rejects the heat to the ambient and condenses back into a liquid, completing the cycle. By taking advantage...

Full article: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/partner/parker-ha...

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