28 June 2015 to 2 July 2015
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New developments in Joule Thomson microcooling at the University of Twente

2 Jul 2015, 09:45
15m
Tucson Ballroom IJ ()

Tucson Ballroom IJ

Contributed Oral Presentation CEC-17 - Novel Concepts and New Devices C4OrD - Novel Concepts and New Devices III

Speaker

Dr Haishan Cao (University of Twente)

Description

The aim of the Joule Thomson microcooling research at the University of Twente is to develop small and fully integrated cryogenic cooling systems for cooling small electronic devices. In the previous project, we have successfully developed 100 K single-stage microcoolers and 30 K two-stage microcoolers using standard micromachining technology. In the paper, we now present three new developments: microcoolers with double-expansion aiming at lower operating temperatures or higher efficiency; microcoolers with thermoelectric precooling aiming at lower operating pressures or higher efficiency; and microcoolers with different support pillar matrices in the counter flow heat exchangers aiming at higher efficiency.

Primary author

Dr Haishan Cao (University of Twente)

Co-authors

Mr Cris Vermeer (University of Twente) Mr Harry Holland (University of Twente) Marcel ter Brake (University of Twente, The Netherlands) Srinivas Vanapalli (University of Twente)

Presentation Materials