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Developing Optimized End-to-End Liquid Cooling Systems

This presentation covers the design and manufacturing considerations for the development of highly efficient liquid cooling systems that fit design constraints while improving system performance and reliability. We will touch on liquid cooling across several major industries, including data centers, battery cooling, power generation, and electric vehicles.

Originally presented: March 5, 2024
Duration: 1 hour
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This presentation covers the considerations and development of liquid cooling systems to fit design constraints and improve performance and reliability We will discuss choosing the proper components for your fluid network that enable an integrated system that is smaller, lighter, more durable, and higher performing.

This includes understanding and mapping your flow network, understanding the wide variety of liquid cold plate constructions and design, incorporating cooling loops and cooling distribution units (CDUs), and executing thermal characterizations.

A better understanding of these key considerations will enable engineers to develop cooling systems to be smaller, lighter, higher performing, scalable and in need less maintenance. Although focused on enterprise, 5G, and cloud computing, we will touch on liquid cooling across several major industries, including power generation, medical, and electric vehicles.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about available cold plate technologies and their benefits or limits.
  • Understand flow networks and cooling loops
  • Discover benefits of cooling distribution units (CDUs) for enterprise 
  • Review how liquid cooling technology is used across major industries


Chris Chapman, Product Director – Liquid Systems, Boyd

Chapman has led the liquid cooling development programs at Boyd through decades of innovation and technology development. Chris works with industry leaders across most major markets to design and develop high performing thermal systems to meet the cooling needs of next generation applications.