AFRL partners with New Mexico State University to test DEW cooling solutions

Using a laser diode system on loan from the Air Force Research Laboratory, New Mexico State University associate professor Dr. Krishna Kota tests the seal integrity of the cooling flow loop located in the Surface-environment Interaction Research Laboratory, or SIRE Lab, at NMSU. The flow loop will be used to test the ability of novel two-phase cooling approaches in handling the highly challenging, transient heat densities of directed energy weapon systems. (Courtesy photo)

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