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The Smart and Small Thermal Systems Laboratory is involved in cutting-edge basic and applied research in Thermal/Fluid sciences, with a particular emphasis in developing systems that are compact in size/volume, and that benefit from smart features such as active (on-line/on-demand) control. One of the core research areas in our laboratory is the electrohydrodynamics (EHD) technique. The EHD technique has demonstrated remarkable potential for development of small and smart thermo fluidic systems, and in certain applications appears to be ready for transfer to commercial products.

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[March 18 , 2008]

Annual Spring AHX / Electronics Cooling Consortium Meeting will be hosted by CEEE/S2TS on March 18,19, 21 2008 at University of Maryland, College Park. Welcome members and guests! See details here! .

AHX / Electronics Cooling Consortium Spring Meeting

March 18, 19, 21 2008

University of Maryland, College Park

Meeting agenda is coming up soon!.



MEMS Pump



Frost Control w/EHD

Smart EHD Condenser
 
Applications of EHD

EHD Effect in a 
Rectangular Channel

Flow Pattern 
inside EHD Micropump

        

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