Experimental Characterization of Thermoelectric Module-Variable Conductance Heat Pipe Assemblies for Reduced Power Precision Temperature Control.

Brooks, David.

Abstract: Thermoelectric modules (TEMs) are used to precisely maintain the specified operating temperature of photonics components which generate variable heat loads while being subjected to a wide range of ambient temperatures. This setpoint temperature of a photonics component is maintained by mounting it onto the controlled side of a TEM. Normally, a conventional heat sink (CHS), of fixed therm... read more

Tufts University. Department of Mechanical Engineering.
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