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COVID-19 surge hurting productivity, but won’t close LA-LB ports: employers (JoC)

Posted by newsite21 on  March 16, 2021
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Southern California waterfront employers say rising dockworker infection rates have contributed to a reduction in terminal productivity at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, but stressed that cargo-handling activity will not be interrupted. Employers and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) leadership praised labor for working amid the COVID-19 pandemic as the top US import gateway experiences an unprecedented surge of imports from Asia that began building in the summer. The ILWU on Jan. 15 called on local, state, and federal elected officials
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Covid- 19 / Update

Posted by Michel Gelinas on  August 31, 2020
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The year 2020 has been challenging on so many levels and Cooling Source has been skillfully adapting over these last few months to continue to deliver quality and reliable thermal solutions. Today our deep portfolio of custom and standard products continues to expand. Our integrated design services include thermal analysis, mechanical design assistance and custom design review.  Currently our manufacturing locations in China and Livermore, USA are at full capacity and CSI is ISO-9001-2015 and
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Heat Pipe in Electronic Cooling

Posted by Noel Molina on  October 17, 2018
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GENERAL HEAT PIPE INFORMATION Cooling Source Heat Pipes assemblies have emerged as the most important tool available for the transfer of heat energy. How does the thermal engineer cope with conflicting demands for small package that incorporates sufficient cooling to insure high component reliability and long component life? The thermal design of equipment has become as important as the electronic design itself.  Overheating shortens component life, threatens specification compliance by decreasing performance. Of the carious
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HEATSINKS

Posted by Noel Molina on  October 2, 2018
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The difference between extruded and stamped heatsinks Extruded heatsinks are in many cases created using aluminum. They are the preferred type of heatsinks, because of their adaptability to almost any thermal design need and cost efficiency. Production is basically done using a mechanical automated process. They can be high or low performers, depending on their design, base thickness and distance between fins. Stamped heatsinks are made from a piece of metal literally being stamped out
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WHAT DOES A HEATSINK DO?

Posted by Noel Molina on  September 11, 2018
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WHAT DOES A HEATSINK DO? A heatsink is a heat exchanger that transfers heat that is generated by an electronic or a mechanical device to a medium where it is dissipated away from the device to keep the device cool to its optimal operating temperature. There are two types of heatsinks: passive and active. A passive heatsink has no mechanical components. It dissipates heat through natural convection and it is commonly made of aluminum or
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