GE's Dual Cool Jet technology made headlines as a thinner way to cool consumer electronics. Bill Gerstler, Senior Engineer at GE Global Research, explains how their piezoelectric cooling technology can be used in avionics, such as unmanned aerial systems.
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michael m commented on September 25, 2013
Several years ago I saw small piezoelectric devices used to move cooling fluids. It was a research application and I am not sure of the current status. Next. . .a thermoelectric powered cooling pump ;-)
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