Oscillating Heat Pipes (OHPs) use thermally driven, two-phase fluid flow to rapidly transfer heat between heat sources and heat sinks. To learn more about the OHP technology and how we innovate custom thermal solutions, click on a topic below:
OHP Applications and Industries
CPU, GPU and microchip cooling
Li-ion battery packages
Multi-chip circuit card heat sinks
RF device heat spreaders
Energy recovery heat exchangers
Optical equipment heat sinks
IGBTs, power electronics and more
Radar & Telecommunications
Computer and IT
Research agencies and organizations
OHP Product Specifications
Al and Al composites
Cu and Cu composites
Ceramics and more
More from <-40°C to >+300°C
Heat fluxes <1W/cm2 to >1250W/cm2
Heat loads from <10W to >8,000W
Long-distance OHPs operable at 50cm length in horizontal & 1.5m length in vertical orientation
Chip-level OHPs operable at >9g of adverse gravity
Shapes and sizes
From 1mm thickness
Up to 1.5m long
Flat or 3D plate with bosses, through holes, fins, mounting hardware, dielectric substrate, etc.
Platings and dielectric coatings
Other features (fins, fans, etc.)
OHP Technical Resources
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Oscillating Heat Pipes – textbook by Dr. Hongbin Ma.
CCA Heat Sinks Embedded with Oscillating Heat Pipes – article featured in Electronics Cooling
Air Force, small business develop technologies that help electronics stay cool – article featured in Air Force SBIR STTR Advantage
AIAA Thermophysics video of “Neutron Imaging based visualization of an Oscillating Heat Pipe in operation carrying 400W” provided courtesy of Professor Hongbin Ma (University of Missouri).