This article presents a topology optimization method for the design of the fluid flow channel of cold plate, aiming to solve the problem of heat dissipation for power devices in active phased array antenna (APAA). The density-based topology optimization method is used in the topology optimization design of flow path, in which the conjugate heat transfer analysis is performed. In the numerical experiment, we use the central plane of the cold plate to make a two-dimensional topology optimization, and then the result of two-dimensional topology optimization was used to build the three-dimensional flow channel of cold plate. The results of simulation show that the optimized flow channel has a better ability of heat dissipation compared with the traditional S style flow channel, which provides important reference for engineering application.
Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 16, 2017
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