Technical Papers

Thermal Management Technical Papers

As a leader in active thermal management and high reliability cooling, Nuventix constantly is performing, gathering, and presenting research on discoveries and trends affecting synthetic jet cooling solutions. Designer engineers will be interested in the facts and findings of these important research papers, articles, and technical presentations that capture the fast-moving technology at Nuventix.

Synjet® Augmented Cooling of a 1U Security Chassis

by Raghav Mahalingam, Brandon Noska and Susheela Narasimhan

Industrial Cooling With Nuventix SynJet® Technology and Complementary LED Heat Sinks

by Dr. Markus Schwickert CRE, Director of Reliability
TechZone March 2012

Active Cooling Can Boost Lumen Output in LED Lighting

by Ryan Ahearn, Product Manager
LEDs Magazine June 2011

LED Cooling in Harsh Environments with Synthetic Jet Technology

by Dr. Markus Schwickert, Director of Reliability and Brandon Noska, Application Engineering Manager
LED Professional May/June 2011

Active Cooled 75 to 100 W Equivalent LED Retrofit Bulbs

by Istvan Bakk, Project Manager Light Engines at Tridonic and Brandon Noska, Applications Engineering Manager
LED Professional March/April 2011

SynJet Thermal Management Technology Increases LED Lighting System Reliability

by Markus Schwickert, Ph.D., CRE
IEEE Reliability Society Annual Technical Report 2009

Nuventix SynJet Reliability Report

by Dr. Markus Schwickert,
CRE: American Society of Quality Certified Reliability Engineer

Comparison of Passive and Active Cooling Effectiveness

by Che Cheung, Brandon Noska, Kim van der Heide

Synthetic Jets for Forced Air Cooling

by Raghav Mahalingam, Sam Heffington, Lee Jones and Randy Williams
Electronics Cooling May 2007

Newisys Server Processor Cooling Augmentation Using SynJet Ejectors

by Raghav Mahalingam, Samuel Heffington, Lee Jones, Markus Schwickert
ITherm 2006

Design and Thermal Characteristics of a Synthetic Jet Ejector Heat Sink

by Raghav Mahalingam, Nicolas Rumigny, and Ari Glezer
ASME, Vol 127, Jun 2005

Enhanced Boiling Heat Transfer by Submerged Ultrasonic Vibrations

by S. Heffington and A. Glezer
Sophia Antipolis, Côte d’Azur, France, 29 Sept – 1 Oct. 2004

Vibration-Induced Two-Phase Cooling Technologies For High Power Thermal Management

by S. Heffington, A.Glezer, S. Tillery, and M. Smith
3rd International Symposium on Two-Phase Flow Modeling and Experimentation Pisa, 22-24 September 2004

Thermal Management Using Synthetic Jet Ejectors

by Raghav Mahalingam and Ari Glezer
IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies, Vol 27, No3, September 2004

Low Power Cooling

by Brandon Noska
Applications Engineer, Nuventix