IncWell's partner seeks new cooling technologies for usage in electric motors and electronics.
The ability to rapidly and effectively dissipate heat from within an electrical component has significant impact on the overall power density of the component in question: the more efficient the cooling, the more compact design of a cooling system, resulting in higher overall power density.
To achieve maximum efficiency of cooling, the heat sink should be adjacent to the heat source, which can be problematic in certain areas (rotor notch area). Additionally, thermal interface materials should be reduced as much as possible (eliminated entirely is ideal), however the dielectric coolants used to directly cool electrical parts tend to have poor heat capacity.
Given the challenges associated with electrical component cooling, IncWell's partner has begun this search for the next-generation of cooling technologies.
The technology must:
IncWell's partner is open to all approaches capable of providing the desired performance.
When responding to this request, please be sure to provide a non-confidential description of the technology you propose along with information regarding your alignment with the Key Success Criteria as well as your desired business relationship with IncWell's partner.