Publisher : The Korean Institute of Surface Engineering
DOI : 10.5695/JKISE.2013.46.5.208
Title & Authors
The Study on Coatings to Improve the Radiative Heat Dissipation of Aluminum Alloy Seo, Mihui; Kim, Donghyun; Lee, Junghoon; Chung, Wonsub;
The aim of the present study was to improve the radiative heat dissipation of aluminum alloy, Al 1050. Resin/CuO coating and Cu/CuO composite plating were applied on aluminum alloy to improve the radiative heat dissipation. Resin/CuO coating was made using thermosetting silicon resin and Cu/CuO composite plating was made in pyrophosphate copper plating bath. Radiant heat flux() was measured by self-produced radiant heat measurement device to compare each specimen. The cross section of specimen and chemical bonding of surface were analyzed by FE-SEM, XPS and FT-IR. As a result, radiant heat of Resin/CuO coating was higher than Cu/CuO composite plating due to the adhesion with aluminum plate and the difference in chemical bonding. But, Both of them were higher than aluminum alloy. In order to confirm the result of experiment, aluminum plate, Resin/CuO coating and Cu/CuO composite plating sample were applied LED and measured the LED temperature. As a result, LED temperature of samples were matched previous results and confirmed coated samples were lower about 10 degrees than the aluminum alloy.