I ran across this web site (linked below) that describes a new cooling technology in development at the University of Washington. It sounds interesting and I wonder how it may fit in or compete with the TSRA thermal cooling solution.
Interesting find rummy. There can be a need for isolated cooling as well as system-wide. Who knows where this will go but feasible technologies with synergy could become take over targets as well. I don't think that would be in the cards with this but good to know what else is on the table.
this dexter idiot has a lot of compelling input doesn't he.
The technologies look complementary. Ionic wind dissipates heat to the air. It looks like Nanocel moves heat from small, intense sources to larger areas--in effeect, it's a very good heat sink. Tessera's design rules involve larger-than-usual heat sinks. So combine better collection with better dissipation and you might have something.