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Develop a fanless cooling system for laptops

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Wokkonno, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. Wokkonno

    Wokkonno Wokkonno XP

    Who has not wanted to get rid of the fans in a laptop?

    There are times when these sound so strong that
    everything seems to go off the laptop. And that is
    when a new computer is still can endure, but as
    you grow months and the interior is dusty efficiency

    Well, this week has presented General Electric a
    cooling system without fans, promises to change
    the landscape of refrigeration laptops.

    The problem with the fans today's laptops, is that
    they take much space and just making noise.

    What General Electric has developed promises to be
    much thinner than the fan can make and consume
    which is half of a fan comparable.

    This leads to more interior space for components
    and battery life.

    They also say that it is almost silent.

    This new technology developed Piezolectric called
    Dual Cooling Jets (DCJ)

    This is essentially a miniature bellows expanding
    acting to draw the air cool and warm air expelled

    The DCJ was investigated for cooling commercial
    aircraft engines but 2 years decided to miniaturize
    the technology.

    Let's see how it works in the video


    Although in the video you can see that the
    thickness the piece is not greater than a
    carton, its once complete would be roughly
    about 4mm.

    Similarly half remains a fan comparable.

    One of the points I find most important is that
    technology can be miniaturized and it can be
    placed very close to various jets heat sources
    which do not have a general fan but we have
    several more aerate small strategic areas.

    The last important point is, the noise.

    By its nature this technology is not too noise
    and we do not have a fan spinning and can
    do little to graduate under the ventilation
    needs of specific device.

    We'll see if it starts to populate gadgets
    future and as a result we have devices
    thinner and thinner.​

    Sources: General Electric | gizmologia.com - English Version
  2. Kumi3

    Kumi3 Flaccid Member

    Perhaps I missed something but, sucking air in, then pushing it back in the opposite direction, doesn't seem to me to be the most efficient way of circulating air.
  3. Wokkonno

    Wokkonno Wokkonno XP

    If you think that does not work, send them an email, and tell your personal opinion.

  4. ngababynaughty

    ngababynaughty New Member

    I think may be cooled with liquid nitrogen
  5. CoolKevin

    CoolKevin Nutcase on the loose Staff Member Super Moderator

    good for the smokers then
  6. RiderFan

    RiderFan Your fetish friend.

    You could use a small Stirling Engine to draw out the heat with one end and cool it with the other.
  7. rawblog

    rawblog Akiba Citizen

    good for heath of laptop