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Thermal Science and Engineering
Cooling is a primal issue for future disk array systems using 2.5-inch hard disks because of high packing density of the disks. Accordingly, measurement of thermal characteristics of the hard disks arrayed in rows along a flow direction is conducted. Temperature distribution in the main body of the hard disks is almost uniform. And, the circuit board temperature of the hard disks is higher than the main body temperature by nearly 20 ℃ to 30 ℃. The temperature rise of the hard disks relates withdoi:10.11368/tse.17.49 fatcat:3wo46yx5j5hytb6a2sgohc4kou