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A Study on the Thermal Characteristics Comparison of the LED Floodlight Luminaire using Vapor Chamber Manufacturing Technology
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A Study on the Thermal Characteristics Comparison of the LED Floodlight Luminaire using Vapor Chamber Manufacturing Technology
Seo, Jin-Kook; Yu, Young-Moon;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to analyze thermal characteristics of the heat sinks to maximize the thermal diffusivity for LED floodlight. The 2 kind of samples were prepared by vapor chamber manufacturing technology using the heat pipe principle. It was analyzed the maximum temperature reduction effect and the thermal diffusion from the heat source depending on the types of chambers with 3 kind of working fluids. As a result, it was confirmed that thermal conductivity 23% increased, GVC-R type than IVC-R type.
 Keywords
Vapor Chambers;Working Fluids;Temperature Reduction;Thermal Diffusion;Hear Sink for LED Floodlight;
 Language
Korean
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