Army wants electronics-cooling solutions for digital backbone of upgradable and swappable mission equipment aboard Army airplanes and helicopters, reports John Keller for Military & Aviation Electronics.
FORT EUSTIS, Va. - U.S. Army aviation experts are reaching out to industry for new approaches to electronics thermal management for tough-to-cool systems like avionics, laser weapons, and electronic warfare (EW) pods, reports John Keller for Military & Aviation Electronics. Continue reading original article.
The Intelligent Aerospace take:
May 21, 2020 -This architecture will involve distributed hardware mounts with independent adaptable cooling connections for localized control. Thermal transport connections should provide distributed cooling plate options for electronics equipment like avionics and computer processors. READ MORE...
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