A typical information technology (IT) system
takes around 40% of the total energy used in cooling the
system. There are three major classifications of cooling
systems and they are water cooling, closed-loop liquid
cooling, and immersion cooling systems. Immersion
cooling has been observed to be the latest trend in
cooling systems for IT devices. It is a cooling procedure
that is carried out through the immersion of all
computer components in a dielectric coolant. This
research examined the cooling process of the circuit
board using this immersion method. Mineral oil, because
of its high dielectric strength, is used as a medium fluid.
Observing voltage drop due to heat produced by circuit
and effects of voltage drop in performance of circuit
board. A concept idea and design for implementing
immersion cooling to laptops.
Immersion cooling, laptop, motherboard, heat exchanger, coolant, mineral oil, dielectric, air cooling, heating, voltage, efficiency, diluted water.