Learn how a new drive system design removed operational heat with thermal management materials.
The customer’s new drive system design had a higher power density than prior versions and required a reliable, efficient mechanism to remove operational heat. Previous experience with conventional thermal grease suggested that, due to inherent material migration (also known as ‘pump out’), a grease thermal interface would not deliver the reliability and performance required. Improvements in manufacturing efficiency were also objectives of the customer.
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