Recently, ACT’s very own Dr. Richard Bonner, Vice President of Research & Development, was invited to testify in front of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee’s Energy subcommittee. Representatives from several organizations with links to the energy and water industries (pictured) provided compelling testimonies on the topic, “The...
Posted on March 18, 2019
Posted on February 12, 2019
ACT’s most popular video on YouTube happens to be one of the first videos we posted (way back in 2012) titled “Heat Pipe Basics and Demonstration.” In may not be the most visually appealing, but what it does do is provide a high level overview of heat pipe operation and opens the door for viewers to want to know more.
Posted on January 21, 2019
ACT’s WAHX featured in United CoolAir's New "Modulaire" DOAS
Posted on January 14, 2019
When something is boiling that means it’s hot, right? That’s not necessarily the case to some researchers, including thermal engineers at Advanced Cooling Technologies. Experts in Pumped Two Phase Cooling (P2P) intentionally design cooling systems so that the working fluid that cools the hot device boils when it comes in contact with it.
Posted on December 12, 2018
by Mohammed Ababneh, R&D Engineer
For decades science has looked for answers to tough problems from the ultimate design expert – nature itself. For the past 3.6 billion years, nature has designed creatures of flight, camouflage, and through constant adaptation developed solutions for resistance to the elements, and survival at large just to...
Posted on November 20, 2018
ACT would like to thank the DSI Group for organizing the Annual Directed Energy Day in Alexandria, VA. This was ACT’s first time attending and it was a truly great experience to see the leaders of the Directed Energy Community share ideas and insights to a growing market segment. If you are interested in learning about future industry needs,...
Posted on November 14, 2018
We are all attached to our mobile equipment and devices, but we really don’t want them to be attached to anything, like a power cord. This requirement for mobile power has put a lot of focus on reliable and long-life battery performance. Batteries are temperature-sensitive devices: they don’t operate when it’s very cold. And when it’s very hot,...
Posted on October 12, 2018
by Devin Pellicone, Industrial Products Engineer
Medical devices, like most devices these days, are becoming increasingly more digital. Just like the phone in your pocket or the computer on your desk, medical instrument companies are trying to find new ways to get more oomph out of their devices while making them smaller and less invasive....
Posted on July 26, 2018
Have you ever had your phone turn off when it was cold, even with a fully charged battery? Or remember the hoverboard scooters that had issues with the batteries overheating and causing fires? In both scenarios, sensitivity to temperature was the root cause for these malfunctions.
Posted on July 12, 2018
Is anyone sure of the answer? And what does this have to do with heat pipe reliability? In the world of heat pipes, we often have to answer a similar question… do you have heritage?