[rescue] Crimson update: Hmm
jkunz at unixag-kl.fh-kl.de
Tue Apr 1 02:12:27 CST 2003
On 2003.04.01 01:15 Dave McGuire wrote:
> > Liquid nitrogen.
> It's very cold but it doesn't really carry all that much heat...
Well. The CPUs of the ETA10 supercomputers (spin off of CDC) where
liquid nitrogen immerse cooled.
> water would be much more effective.
Yes. Water is around 4.2 kJ/(kg*K), oil is around 2, most metals are
below 1. But other factors are interresting too. Impedance (you can't
get water 100% non-conductive), dielectric constant, ...
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