Nextreme Expands Engineering Consulting Services to Rapidly Solve Thermal And Power Management Issues
Jul 22, 2010 Nextreme Thermal Solutions has announced the expansion of its services offerings to include materials evaluation and characterization services.
With recent advances in materials sciences and nanotechnology, new materials are being developed that exhibit thermoelectric properties. The assessment of thermoelectric materials is a challenge, particularly when investigating them over significant temperature ranges. Nextreme has capabilities to conduct measurements across a range of temperatures ranging below 200K to above 700K. Properties that can be measured include Seebeck coefficient, electrical resistivity and thermal conductivity.
Nextreme also offers thermal modeling, design and engineering services to deliver fully optimized thermal management solutions. Nextreme routinely conducts analytical and numerical thermal modeling at all design levels from component to module to subsystem. Design services range from rudimentary analysis such as 1-dimensional and 3-D modeling to more complex analyses that may involve the use of passive heat rejection systems, such as heat sinks and exchangers, or the use of active devices such as thermoelectric coolers to solve the overall thermal problem. Advanced analysis of complex systems, components or packages often require more detailed modeling to understand heat flow and thermal gradients.
Nextreme uses its thin-film thermoelectric technology to produce discrete and integrated cooling and power generation devices. Nextreme currently offers several thermoelectric coolers, such as the OptoCooler HV14 and UPF40, that are capable of cooling and heating in ranges from 0.4 watts to 4 watts, with plans to provide higher heat pumping in the near future. Modules for electronics cooling and power generation are available for order now and pricing is available upon request.
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