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Original scientific paper https://doi.org/10.2298/TSCI161110030S In view of increasing tendency of power density of electronic systems, cooling performance improvement of micro-channel heat sink is an emerging issue. In the present article, supercritical CO 2 is proposed as a heat transfer fluid in micro-channel heat sink for power electronics cooling. Energetic and exergetic performance analyses of micro-channel heat sink using supercritical CO 2 have been done and compared with conventionaldoi:10.2298/tsci161110030s fatcat:aryeyyg57jfw5njdwbayvmavgi