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The increasing popularity of electric vehicles has increased the demand for lightweight auto parts. However, the excessive weight of traditional metal heat sinks has remained a concern. Metal has excellent thermal conductivity but low radiation efficiency. Conversely, thermoplastic polymers have excellent heat radiation efficiency but poor thermal conductivity. In this study, we propose a radiator constructed using thermoplastic polymer and insert-molded aluminum alloy parts to maintain the lowdoi:10.3390/app12115385 fatcat:l4ylbgxlxzcktihoxwutj7azbi