16th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics (HEFAT-ATE 2022)
Hi! Earlier in this week, we have attended the 16th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics AND the Editorial Board of Applied Thermal Engineering (HEFAT-ATE 2022) which held online. In the second day of the conference, 9th August, we presented two of our recent studies;
1- Experimental Cooling Performance Analysis of the Metal Additive-Manufactured Cold Plate with Body-Centered Cubic (BCC) Elements for Indirect Cooling Applications
2- 3D Printing Conformal Cooling Channels Integrated with Lattice Structure for Injection Moulding
Both studies aimed to bring efficient and creative solutions to different thermal engineering problems at low- and high-temperature conditions, respectively, using the flexibilities of the metal 3D printing. In the first study, the metal 3D-printed plates were developed for indirect cooling applications in thermal management of power sources (e.g. batteries or electronic packaging). The second study focused on the cooling performance improvement in plastic injection moulding process. The results were promising for out future insights and I hope that they were also attractive for the participants.
It was nice to be in the HEFAT-ATE organization as both an author and a committee member in this year, no doubt that they brought me nice views, especially during the reviewing process. Hope to be a part of the conference next year as well.