How to Guide to Single-phase, Liquid Immersion Cooling
These pages are intended to provide a general understanding of the concepts, architectures, system parameters, and components used in Single-phase, Liquid Immersion Cooling (“SLIC”) solutions for cooling electronics. They will focus on use of open tanks for the purpose of cooling servers, crypto miners and similar types devices; however the same techniques can be applied for cooling of most any electronic devices including batteries, inverters, charging systems, LEDs, etc.
Note that because tanks and electronics come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, it is not possible to provide exact measurements, flow rates, and power usage in this presentation. Each system is a calculated balance between waste heat of the devices, tank volumes, coolant flow rates, heat rejection, climate, location and other aspects of the system.
All information in this presentation should be considered as guidelines only. All systems should be thoroughly tested and verified for use with your equipment. If you need design, flow, or general SLIC consulting assistance for your application, you may contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org