Jin-Seok Jeon

Chung-Ang University, Sŏul, Seoul, South Korea

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    Jin-Seok Jeon · Jung Hee Na · Hong Chul Park · Ho-Young Kwak
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    ABSTRACT: Continuing efforts to achieve increased circuit performance in electronic package have resulted in higher power density at chip and module level. As a result, the thermal management of electronic package has been important in maintaining or improving the reliability of the component. An experimental investigation of thermosyphonic boiling in vertical tube and channel made by two parallel rectangular plates was carried out in this study for possible application of the direct immersion cooling. Fluorinert FC-72 as a working fluid was used in this experiment. Asymmetric heated channel of open periphery with gap size of 1, 2, 4 and 26 mm and uniformly heated vertical tubes with diameter of 9, 15 and 20 mm were boiled at saturated condition. The boiling curves from tested surfaces exhibited the boiling hysteresis. It was also found that the gap size is not a significant parameter for the thermosyphonic boiling heat transfer with this Fluorinert. Rather pool boiling characteristics appeared for larger gap size and tube diameter. The heat transfer coefficients measured were also compared with the calculation results by Chen’s correlation. Key WordsBoiling Hysteresis-Immersion Cooling-Thermosyphon Boiling
    Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology 01/2001; 15(1):98-107. DOI:10.1007/BF03184803 · 0.70 Impact Factor
  • Min-Kyun Na · Jin-Seok Jeon · Ho-Young Kwak · Sang-Sig Nam
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    ABSTRACT: Thermosyphon cooling modules, to cool multichip modules (MCMs), were designed and tested. The cooling module consists of a cold plate with microfinned channels and a plate-type integrated condenser. A separate flow model was employed to predict the mass flux and the pressure drop in the channel of the cold plate. The local and average convective boiling heat transfer coefficients and the corresponding wall superheat were calculated using the Chen's correlation. Experiments were performed to find out how the thermal performance of the cooling module was affected by the condenser size and the amount of charging fluid. Great emphasis was placed on the transient characteristics of the cooling module. For an allowable temperature rise of 58 ° C on the surface of the heater, the cooling module can handle a heat flux of as much as 2.5 W/cm2. No boiling retardation was observed inside the cold plate, which resulted in smooth transition from the transient state to the steady one. It was also found that the appropriate size of the condenser and the adequate amount of charging liquid are crucial factors affecting the performance of a closed two-phase thermosyphon device.
    Heat Transfer Engineering 01/2001; 22(2):29-39. DOI:10.1080/014576301462236 · 0.90 Impact Factor
  • Jin-Seok Jeon · Ik-Jun Yang · Sarng-Woo Karng · Ho-Young Kwak
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    ABSTRACT: Accurate measurement of the radius of a sonoluminescing gas bubble by a light scattering method was suggested. This can be achieved because of the remarkable stability of a sonoluminescing gas bubble, which has the same shape variation sequence in every oscillation cycle with only 50 ps jitter in the time between flashes, which enables sequential measurement of the bubble radius by the light scattering method and direct imaging technique for the first time. The measured light scattering data with an appropriate proportionality index value can be well fitted to the direct observation for the bubble radius-time curve. However, the observed value of the proportionality index is different from the one predicted by the Mie scattering theory.
    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 03/2000; 39(3A):1124-1127. DOI:10.1143/JJAP.39.1124 · 1.06 Impact Factor
  • Jin-Seok Jeon · Ik-Jun Yang · Jung-Hee Na · Ho-Young Kwak
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    ABSTRACT: A mechanism of light emission from a single bubblesonoluminescence (SBSL) was formulated by assuming that the source forthe light emission is bremsstrahlung in partially ionized gases. Thisemission mechanism turns out to be same as the black body radiationwith finite absorption, which confirms that the principal mechanism ofSBSL is bremsstrahlung with slight black body emission nature. Alsothe spectrum was measured and the observed results were compared withthe calculated ones. Calculated and experimental results yield commonspectral behavior in the visible region: the spectral radiance showspower-law dependence on wavelength with an exponent of -2.5. TheSBSL spectrum which is characterized by the continuous one with nomajor peaks has been confirmed experimentally. The bubble dynamicsmodel proposed also takes account the afterpulse characteristics ofSBSL.
    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 01/2000; 69(1):112-119. DOI:10.1143/JPSJ.69.112 · 1.48 Impact Factor
  • Byung-Rock Kim · Jin-Seok Jeon · Ho-Young Kwak
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    ABSTRACT: Behavior of a gas bubble trapped under ultrasound was studied by the light scattering method. With fixed frequency of the ultrasound, the stability of bubble motion was investigated by increasing the driving sound pressure. It has been found that a selective bifurcation instead of period doubling occurs when the driving pressure is increased and the bubble gains extreme stability after the cascade occurrence of such bifurcation. It has also been found that very higher harmonic components in the Fourier spectrum of the bubble motion appear at the sonoluminescing regime, the absolute stable condition.
    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 04/1999; 68(4):1197-1204. DOI:10.1143/JPSJ.68.1197 · 1.48 Impact Factor
  • Yoon-Pyo Lee · Sarng Woo Karng · Jin-Seok Jeon · Ho-Young Kwak
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    ABSTRACT: The shock pulse emanating from a sonoluminescing gas bubble was calculated by using the analytical solutions of the conservation equations for the gas inside the bubble and the Kirkwood-Bethe hypothesis for the outgoing wave. The rise time and the magnitude of the pulse signal are in good agreement with the observed values, which may provide the approximate value of the gas pressure at near the collapse of the sonoluminescing gas bubble.
    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 09/1997; 66(9):2537-2540. DOI:10.1143/JPSJ.66.2537 · 1.48 Impact Factor